The Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG) is a student-funded and student-directed resource centre dedicated to social and environmental justice.

Our mission is to engage students and community in social and environmental justice. Areas of work include: education, action, research, and community-building. We are non-partisan, which means we are not allied with any particular political party – that being said, we’re very political! SFPIRG brings together a diverse range of people and our work is all centred on a shared set of values. This includes a commitment to inclusive and accessible spaceintersectional anti-oppression, decolonization and Indigenous sovereignties; self-representation, self-determination, and empowering student and community leadershipaccountability, integrity, wholeness and healing; sustainability; and respectful communication. Read more about our values and learn about what guides our work!

We work closely with other student organizations on campus, including the Women’s Centre, Out on Campus, CJSF 90.1 FM, the First Nations Student Association, Embark, The Peak, and the Students of Caribbean & African Ancestry. Collectively, we are known as the Rotunda groups.


Board of Directors

Governance Documents


Indigenous Solidarity