The link below is to a PowerPoint presentation created as part of the Terry Project (www.terry.ubc.ca) here at UBC. It outlines the work that FIC volunteers did this past summer in Namuwongo, Kampala, Uganda. Great information and lots of pictures! Take a look to get a better idea of our work abroad.
The final report is in and available in a number of formats, click on the link below to download:
(Word, PDF, RTF)
This is a bit off usual FICUBC fare but if you’re interested in learning about cluster munitions (the cause of controversy in the recent Israel-Lebanon conflict) and the campaign to have them internationally banned, visit this site created by FICUBC member Matt Berry for a recent political science course:
First of all, a big thank you to everyone that helped to organize our exhibiton in the AMS Art Gallery this past week! All the volunteers, sponsors, and “photo purchasers” are greatly appreciated!! It was a very important event for our young club and helped to raise a great deal of awareness and funds. For those that bought photos we will be contacting you next week to arrange pick up. The remaining photos can be purchased at…
Our group’s next event in the Northern Uganda Campaign is a fundraiser this Thursday Oct 19 @ 7pm @ The Gallery Lounge in the SUB, featuring a night of drinks and acoustic live music and some African drumming for good measure…
Come out, have a good time, and support the cause.