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  • Indigenous Leader Wab Kinew was a guest of Selkirk College.

  • World peace will come - not through one simple act but as a final outcome of smaller undertakings.

  • Our Mir Lecture series attracts some prestigious speakers known for their activism on the world stage.

  • We strive toward understanding and building cultures of peace through learning.

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Mir Events

May. 01


Discover a relational approach to transformation and re-integration.

From trauma to transformation, this workshop will bring you face-to-face with a story of trauma, incarceration and personal growth.



Topics include:



  • When prisoners are released, how can we collaborate to create safer communities?


  • Who are “offenders?" Stories we carry, masks we wear...


  • An exploration of how people change: From trauma to transformation...


Course Facilitator: Yves Côté 


Yves has served nearly 32 years... SEE DETAILS »

May. 02





Discover a relational approach to transformation and re-integration.

From trauma to transformation, this workshop will bring you face-to-face with a story of trauma, incarceration and personal growth.



Topics include:



  • When prisoners are released, how can we collaborate to create safer communities?


  • Who are “offenders?" Stories we carry, masks we wear...... SEE DETAILS »

May. 21


Locally and around the world, new strategies to protect human rights and promote peaceful conflict transformation are in action.

Nonviolent peacekeepers are in demand. In this six-day course, you will develop skills to build relationships that can support conflict resolution and protect human rights defenders, both in Canada and abroad.


... SEE DETAILS »