The QSU is involved in several collectives and discussion tables with various civil society organizations to address socio-political issues.
  • Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA)

    CASA is an organization of student organizations from across Canada, representing undergraduate and graduate student organizations, including polytechnic student organizations. CASA's mission is to advocate on behalf of students through policy development and research, advocacy, government relations, and partnerships with other stakeholders, using a member-driven structure and local approach.

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  • Force Jeunesse

    In a perspective of intergenerational equity, Force Jeunesse defends the rights and interests of Quebec youth in the elaboration of public policies. In a non-partisan way, Force Jeunesse promotes the place of youth in the decision-making spheres, catalyzes the strengths of the youth community and creates spaces of exchange for the next generation.

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  • Unité de travail pour l’implantation de logement étudiant (UTILE)

    The Unité de travail pour l’implantation de logement étudiant (UTILE; Working Group on the Development of Student Housing) is a non-profit organization with a mandate to study, develop, and promote affordable cooperative student housing in Quebec. UTILE acts on three fronts: the promotion of student housing as an economically and socially beneficial field of action, especially for increasing access to education, sustainable urban development, and inter-regional equity; the development of a unique expertise in Quebec inspired by international best practices and rooted in entrepreneurship and innovation that benefits the public; and the creation of locally governed housing developments that will be self-funded and provide affordable rents.

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  • Thèsez-vous

    Thèsez-vous is a non-profit organization that supports students and researchers in academic writing, from dissertation to thesis, scientific papers, grant applications, term papers, comprehensive exams or internship reports. Thèsez-vous offers structured and collaborative writing activities, workshops and resources to help prevent prolongation and dropout from graduate school and to address mental health issues in graduate school.

    Website   Facebook page   Instagram page   
  • Chantier de l’Économie sociale

    Chantier de l'économie sociale aims to build a plural economy that has as its goal the return to the community and the defense of the common good, directly linked to the needs and aspirations of communities. The Chantier's mission is to promote the social economy as an integral part of the Quebec economy and, in so doing, to participate in the democratization of the economy as well as in the emergence of this development model based on values of solidarity, equity and transparency.

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  • Le Québec c'est nous aussi is a non-profit organization that defends the rights and living conditions of immigrants in Quebec by bringing the voices of our communities to the forefront in a non-partisan manner, by valuing immigration in Quebec society and by creating the conditions to build a diverse and inclusive Quebec.

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  • Le Réseau interuniversitaire québécois équité diversité inclusion (RIQEDI)

    The RIQEDI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring stakeholders from Quebec universities together who have the mandate or desire to promote the values of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) within their institutions.

    Website    Facebook page
  • La table nationale de lutte contre l’homophobie et la transphobie dans les réseaux de l’éducation

    La Table nationale de lutte contre l'homophobie et la transphobie dans les réseaux de l'éducation is a group of organizations and actors from different educational sectors in Quebec. The table works together to discuss and work on issues affecting the LGBTQIA2S+ community in Quebec through government consultations and the production of informative and mobilizing documents.

  • Comité consultatif jeunes

    Le Comité consultatif Jeunes (CCJ) seeks to reinforce Emploi-Québec's interventions and to inform the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail and the Ministry of Employment and Social Solidarity of the various employment problems experienced by young people in Quebec. The CCJ is responsible for defining the problems experienced by young people in their integration, reintegration and job retention processes.

    Website    Facebook page

  • Mouvement démocratie nouvelle

    The Mouvement pour une démocratie nouvelle (MDN), a non-partisan citizen organization, is focusing its efforts on obtaining a new voting system in Quebec. It believes that the introduction of a proportional voting system will improve representative democracy and will, in the long term, bring about a significant transformation for society.

    Website    Facebook page
  • Collectif échec aux paradis fiscaux

    The Collective échec aux paradis fiscaux is a collective of community, union, association and academic stakeholders. It seeks to promote the reduction of tax evasion, the promotion of fair taxation and economic justice.

    Website    Facebook page
  • Collectif pour un Québec sans pauvreté

    The Collective for a Poverty-Free Quebec brings together 36 national, grassroots, community, union, religious, feminist, student and cooperative organizations, as well as regional collectives in most regions of Quebec. These organizations aim to fight against poverty and to defend rights and promote social justice.

    Website    Facebook page
  • Coalition pour la conciliation famille-travail-études

    The Coalition represents nearly two million women and men in Quebec. It is composed of the main union, feminist, community and grassroots organizations working to improve the living, working and studying conditions of workers and students who are parents and/or caregivers.

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  • #Ma place au travail

    Ma place au travail is a citizen mobilization movement that has become an NPO. It is above all a meeting of parents from all over Quebec who have united their voices to denounce the shortage of child care spaces that is hindering their presence - and especially that of their mothers - in the job market. Their mission is to monitor the child care services available to Quebec families and to intervene with local, national and governmental authorities so that every parent who wishes to do so can have access to a quality, subsidized place for their child.

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