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Sameer Zuberi

Law student, UQÀM

Since 2002, Sameer Zuberi has been involved in community organizing, human rights and the defence of civil liberties.

He holds a degree in Mathematics from Concordia University, where he was twice elected as the vice-president of the Concordia Student Union. Sameer has also worked in Ottawa for the Canadian Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CAN), Canada’s leading Muslim advocacy organization.

Today Sameer is a law student at the Université de Québec à Montréal (UQÀM).
Accessible Education: A Societal Flickr: shahk

Accessible Education: A Societal Choice

At stake is more than a mere tuition increase, but the very concept of accessible education. Do Quebecers want to maintain a proud tradition of accessible education? Or does the province want to limit opportunities so that only some can attend university and secure a promising future?
04/07/2012 12:03 EDT