Statement on Webber Academy Appeal

Regardless of where you go to school, we believe that kids should be allowed to be themselves. So when kids aren’t allowed to pray in school, we disagree in the strongest of terms. That’s what happened in the case of Webber Academy, where two Muslim students were forced to pray outside in the snow by the … Continue reading Statement on Webber Academy Appeal

New VP Public Policy Muna Abougoush

AMPAC would like to welcome our newest board member: VP Public Policy, Muna Abougoush! Muna is an advocate and a community organizer. She earned a degree in Philosophy from the University of Alberta where she was involved in a number of human rights groups that championed international causes. Muna’s experiences in the non-profit sector include … Continue reading New VP Public Policy Muna Abougoush

AMPAC Launches New Website

We have redesigned our website with you in mind! The Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council (AMPAC) is proud to launch our newly redesigned website after much anticipation: http://www.ampac.ca The new site contains pages of information about the structure of our organization, our multiple community initiatives, links to upcoming events, an archive of media posts and … Continue reading AMPAC Launches New Website

AMPAC is Recruiting

The Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council is looking for new board members! Do you have a background in communication, journalism, law, policy, political science, fundraising, or community organizing? Do you have a passion for principled advocacy, anti-racism, and civic engagement? Then join the Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council executive board! We are currently looking to … Continue reading AMPAC is Recruiting