The SJRI contributes to knowledge mobilization in a number of ways. For example, we support faculty-led events that help to build up a transdisciplinary, social justice culture at Brock and in Niagara. The following events are some events that have become integral to SJRI:

Arts, Archives and Affinities: This yearly event brings together faculty and community speakers and artists to highlight and nurture the contributions of Humanities to social justice research and knowledge mobilization.

Symposia: In the past, SJRI has held a yearly competition among affiliates to access funding for a symposium intended to attract local, national, and international researchers focused on a specific social justice issue. These symposia each have fostered transdisciplinary, social justice oriented research, led to a special issue of Studies in Social Justice, and have contributed to national and international awareness of the SJRI.

The Niagara Social Justice Forum: The Niagara Social Justice Forum has been held at Brock University since 2007 and has attracted over 250 participants from Brock and from the Niagara Region more broadly.

See the items in the above drop-down menu to learn more about these and other SJRI events.