Ban Righ Centre
Opened in 1974 as the Ban Righ Foundation for Continuing University Education, this centre for mature women students is the home for Ban Righ Foundation activities. It was made possible by 50 years of thrifty management of the women’s residences by Alumnae Association volunteers.
Through the Ban Righ Centre, the Foundation supports the personal development and academic achievements of women entering Queen’s as mature students, or re-entering after a time away, and facilitates their involvement in university life.
The Centre offers a non-credit program of speakers and workshops open to the public; provides a drop-in centre, study space, financial assistance, fax, photocopier, computers, and kitchen for student use; and provides both personal and academic support.
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This presentation seeks to amplify the voices from the community from La Puya (Guatemala) and focuses on individual and collective experiences of violence used against defenders of human, Indigenous and human rights.