Cooper Institute is an education and community development centre in the province of Prince Edward Island, Canada. The main program areas of our organization are livable income for all, food sovereignty, democracy, diversity and inclusion, protection of land and water, and improving lives of migrant workers in the province. Within these programs, we conduct research and popular education projects on provincial, national, and international level.
Social Justice Symposium 2018
We are pleased to present the report of our fourth annual Social Justice Symposium, held in March 2018, in honour of Andrew Macdonald. This year's topic was the PEI Lands Protection Act; the Spirit and the Letter.
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News and Events
- Children's Health: What does it have to do with Income?November 20, 6:30 pm at Trinity United Church, Charlottetown
- Nov 15 2018
- Could Basic Income Guarantee improve children's health? Join Chief Public Health Officer Dr Heather Morrison as she presents her 2017 report on children's health, and members of the Working Group for a Livable Income to discuss the benefits of BIG.
- Retirement Security for Workers in the Not-for-Profit SectorCooper Institute Supports New Initiative
- Nov 09 2018
- A new initiative aims to make it easier for people who work for charitable and non-profit organizations to contribute to a pension plan, and retire with a more livable income.
- PEOPLE'S FORUM ON JUST TRADE & DEVELOPMENTSaturday, November 3rd, 1:30 to 4:30 pm at the PEI Farm Centre
- Oct 25 2018
- With Pam Palmater on the Impact of International Trade Agreements on Indigenous Peoples and Gavin Fridell on Free Trade and Beyond.
- Together in 2018 CharlottetownMonday, November 5
- Oct 24 2018
- Local panelists will discuss their work on Sustainable Development Goal #5 Gender Equality. With a live-streamed report on Canada's progress on the SDGs, and talk by Shiza Shahid, Malala Fund Co-founder.
- The Fight for Affordable Housing: Reclaiming our CommunitiesThursday, October 25th at 6:30 pm at the PEI Farm Centre
- Oct 23 2018
- A chance to share ideas about what we can do, together to press for the changes so that every person has a decent, safe and affordable home.
- Reconciling DifferencesPublic Lecture and Workshop - October 19 and 20
- Oct 09 2018
- The Council of Canadians PEI is sponsoring a public lecture on Friday October 19th at 7 pm and a workshop on Saturday October 20th (10am-3:30pm) on Reconciling Differences.