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Love146 is having its first general meeting of the year! Come out and meet the exec team and other general members. You can find out more about the club's mission, upcoming events, how you can get involved and help out, and CCR opportunities. There will be pizza and drinks and an opportunity to mingle and ask questions. See you guys there! Love146 is an international human rights organization that is dedicated to abolishing child trafficking and exploitation. We are a group of students at the University of Toronto who are dedicated to spread awareness about current issues regarding human trafficking and the various implications it has on society. Our aim is to target this issue both locally as well as internationally with the help of our parent organization, Love146. Founded in 2015, the University of Toronto chapter will be the second post-secondary Love146 extension in Canada. Our central task is to raise awareness surrounding the issue of child trafficking, fundraise and liaise with other student organizations at the University of Toronto. We believe that it is important to bring together students of different academic backgrounds to address this issue on multiple dimensions. Sign up to be a General Member for E-mail Updates at: https://goo.gl/forms/Hn8AQdCp0U2fyC6D3 For more information, you can us on the following: Website: http://www.ut146.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Love146UT/ Twitter: UT146 Snapchat: ut146 Email: https://www.facebook.com/Love146UT/
Sep
26
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Love146 First General Meeting

Hosted by Love146 University of Toronto Chapter
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Founded in 1901 and incorporated in 1977, the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) represents 50,000 students at the University of Toronto. If you’re a full-time undergraduate student at the St. George Campus or the Mississauga Campus, you’re a member of the UTSU and pay a membership fee of just under $20.00 annually. As a student government, the UTSU is independent of the university and strives to be a democratic, member-driven organization. The UTSU is governed on a day-to-day basis by a President and six Vice-Presidents, who report to a sixty-person Board of Directors. The President, the Vice-Presidents, and the members of the Board of Directors are all elected by the general membership, i.e. YOU!

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