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Below is a list of all currently registered clubs, listed in alphabetical order. Click on the club's name to view additional information or to join the club.

Model United Nations - SFU
Model United Nation will explore different forums within the United Nations and will aim to teach members how MUN works while enhancing their understanding of politics and adding new skills such as quick problem solving and public speaking.
Political Theory Club
The Political Theory Club is a reading club focused on contemporary political discourse. We aim to be an open space where philosophers and theorists can share ideas and deliberate on the issues of today. Join our Slack channel to connect with the group: https://join.slack.com/t/politicaltheoryclub/shared_invite/zt-c0ww97gj-jkTbeIuejkcQ7FqRV9Jizg
Radical Individual's for Solidarity and Equity (RISE)
The mandate for Radical Individual's for Solidarity and Equity (RISE) is to hold weekly discussion groups on SFU Burnaby campus covering a variety of political topics, and bi-weekly reading groups of leftist text. We hope that through this activity RISE can empower our membership to organize within their communities against capitalism.
SFU Conservatives
The SFU Conservatives hope to support the Conservative Party of Canada, to foster knowledge sharing between peoples interested in politics, to promote the discussion of ideas between conservative-minded individuals, to encourage active participation in local and federal politics, and to provide students the opportunity to get involved.
Socialist Alternative Youth
Socialist Alternative Youth realizes that capitalism is incapable of providing a society where the working class and its allies can have a good quality of life on a healthy planet. Therefore, we work both for reforms now and for a mass democratic socialist transformation of society.
Today's BC Young Liberals
Today's BC Young Liberals at SFU hopes to provide unique and exciting opportunities for students to participate within the political community and engage with other like-minded individuals.
Young Liberals of Canada - SFU
The SFU YLC's goals are to ensure adequate representation of youth within the Liberal Party of Canada; promote and espouse the views of Young Liberals on a regular basis internally and externally to the Liberal Party of Canada; develop and educate Young Liberals in the various aspects of the political process.