Ability/Disability

HairStory: Black Youth Unite for the A.R.T.S Dialogue (A Right To Speak)

The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth would like to extend an invitation to children and youth in Ontario who identify as Black and have personal experience in the Province's systems of care. This includes children and youth with experience in child welfare, youth justice, holding cells, provincial demonstration schools for the Deaf and Blind and youth with special needs to participate in a four-day
event called HairStory: Black Youth Unite for the A.R.T.S Dialogue (A Right To Speak) October 20, 2016 to October 24, 2016.

Mental health services for children and youth

Be the Boss 2016

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Fri, 08/12/2016 - 11:00

Come and celebrate International Youth Day! We are hosting an fun filled day centralized around entrepreneurship.

There will be different workshops for youth (13-19) to attend and learn more about the world of business while being able to win great prizes. 

Think you have what it takes to Be the Boss? Participants can register to participate in a pitch competition for top prizes of $200, $300 and $500 cash!!

The day will end with a party through our partnership with Freedom Fridayz after our Community BBQ!

Transportation and Food included!

We Have Something To Say - report released by the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth

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YouthRex exchange

We have something to say  is a new report released by the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth that captures the voices and experiences of children and youth with s

Youth-Centred Resources and Materials Request

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The Nook Children's Program provides one-on-one and group programming aimed at increasing children’s confidence, creativity and skill, particularly with regards to literacy, recreation and the

Read the “We Have Something to Say” report to elevate the voices of young people with special needs

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OPACY

Young people with special needs meet with stakeholders to begin dialogue for creating change

Join us on May 10 for the launch of the “We Have Something to Say” movement to elevate the voices of young people with special needs

Advocate's Office to launch "We Have Something to Say" movement

In early 2014, the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth launched the “I Have Something to Say” project to elevate the voices of young people with special needs.

What's next for accessibility?

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Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN)

EnAbling Nonprofits Ontario is wrapping up!
And we've created a handy infographic for your nonprofit. 

 

Home/Lessness At The Intersections: A Nook Perspective - Photography Exhibit Youth Call Out!

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Fri, 05/13/2016 - 15:15 to Sat, 06/25/2016 - 16:45
Contact name: 
Chantelle

The Nook Children’s Program is looking for 12 street-involved youth aged 16-29 to be featured in a public photography exhibit. Selected youth will get the opportunity to work with children from low-income families at The Nook Children’s Program to create a photographic story-board that speaks to elements or interpretations of one’s homeless experience.  

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