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.
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News and Events
- Symposium - Basic Income Guarantee - February 22Murphy's Community Centre, 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 pm
- Feb 12 2020
- The Voluntary Resource Council (VRC) is sponsoring a seniors’ symposium entitled, Basic Income Guarantee: We can make it happen.
- Seeds of Community presents: Seedy Saturdays 2020! Co-hosted by PEI Libraries
- Feb 06 2020
- Every weekend in March. Seedy Saturdays are a chance for home gardeners to share seeds that they've saved, pick up seeds for their gardens, and learn about seed saving.
- International Development Week 2020February 2-8, 2020
- Jan 23 2020
- February 2-8 in Charlottetown - Everyone is invited to participate in panel discussions, workshops, displays and presentations on the themes of gender equality and climate justice, happening all week.
- Community Forum on Basic Income GuaranteeWith Guest Speaker, Honourable Hugh Segal
- Sep 26 2019
- Murphy’s Community Centre 200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown Wednesday, October 2, 2019 7:00 pm.
- Building a Just and Sustainable FutureSeptember 17 & 18
- Sep 11 2019
- Public Presentation by Clayton Thomas-Muller - Indigenous Rights, Climate Change and Trade Justice - Sept 18 Coffee House and Film Night at UPEI - Sept 17
- Basic Income Guarantee - Let's Just Do ItOp-Ed by Marie Burge
- Aug 15 2019
- This is the second of a two-part series that identifies the many new conclusions about Basic Income Guarantee from experiments and pilots around the world and in Canada with special emphasis on the implications for P.E.I.