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Streams of Justice is your opportunity to delve deeper into the social justice commitments that are close to your heart, in the company of others equally committed to working for positive change. This three-day event, open to all, will build the Atlantic ecumenical social justice movement, increasing participation, diversity, effectiveness and commitment.
Location overview: Streams of Justice, the KAIROS Atlantic Gathering for 2019 will be held at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick on the unceded and ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq. Centrally located in the Atlantic region, Mount Allison is a half-hour drive from the Moncton airport. Shuttle service will be available from the airport to the Gathering. Single rooms accommodations are available for everyone unless otherwise requested. Ensuite washrooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To know more about how to get there and logistics, click here.
Everyone is welcome. Streams of Justice will bring together experienced and aspiring grassroots activists (all newbies welcome!) from across the Atlantic.
This is an intergenerational Gathering. That means that we aim to have half of the 200 participants be young adults (18-35). While those younger than 18 are welcome to attend, KAIROS asks that they be accompanied by an adult who will act as a guardian. Families are welcome, and childcare will be available for main sessions with advance registration.
This is an ecumenical Gathering and all people are welcome, regardless of religious affiliation or no affiliation. A focussed theological component will be offered as a pre-conference event and in the workshop times.
Gathering registration includes programming, accommodations and meals for three (3) days from Thursday supper, May 2nd to Sunday lunch, May 5th.
|$295||Regular registration including meals & accommodations|
|$265||Early Bird by March 4, 2019,
Double Occupancy Room
Team of 3+
|$130||All meals and programs; No accommodation|
Registration deadline: April 15, 2019
Find Your Team!
Attending with a team of people from your area will help you to bring the movement for peace and justice home with you. Find two or more people who live near you. Agree to attend the same program stream or to divide up and experience different streams that you can later share. Make a plan to bring what you learn and experience back to your community. Register your team with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE you register, with “Atlantic team” in the subject line.
All participants are required to sign the Streams of Justice Gathering participant covenant and are expected to live by the Guidelines for Community Life as outlined in the covenant.
Young adults, students, Indigenous people, persons from racialized communities, newcomers, people with disabilities, and unwaged, re particularly encouraged to attend. Partial subsidies available for these communities and also may be possible for those with high travel costs (e.g., coming from Labrador). Contact Shannon email@example.com BEFORE you register, with the reason for your subsidy request.
Do you know of anyone who would like to support a stronger justice network in the Atlantic? Perhaps it is an organization or church. Perhaps it is an individual who can’t attend this gathering themselves or has the means to offer more support.
- $100 allows one young adult* an affordable Gathering experience
- $265 offers a full subsidy to one unwaged newcomer*
- $500 covers registration and travel expenses for one Indigenous elder*
Donate now! Donations can be designated to the KAIROS Atlantic Gathering subsidy fund. Churches and organizations are also encouraged to separately sponsor their own affiliates to attend.
*These are examples. All funds will be distributed according to the date of application to any person who fits the subsidy priority