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June 15 - Reconciling Relationships: Understanding and Addressing Racism as a Determinant of Indigenous Health

Please save the date for: Reconciling Relationships: Understanding and Addressing Racism as a Determinant of Indigenous Health

 

When: Wednesday, June 15th from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Where: Allan Waters Family Auditorium, 2nd floor, 209 Victoria St.

RSVP and more information: CRICHlist@smh.ca

 

Provincial Advocate urges Ontarians to reaffirm commitment to improve outcomes for all children and youth in care

Remembering the covenant we have made to all children and youth in care

On the third annual Children and Youth in Care Day, the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth is encouraging all Ontarians to reflect on and reaffirm our collective commitment to improving the outcomes for all young people in care.

June 15: Street Law Smarts Training

June 15: Street Law Smarts Training

Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Time: 10am-4pm (doors open at 9:30am, starts at 10am sharp)

Place: Artscape Youngplace, Lower Level, 180 Shaw Street (near Queen West and Ossington Streets), Toronto, Ontario

Cost: FREE…and so is the hearty vegetarian lunch provided on site

Purpose: to provide relevant legal education and practice in advocacy for community professionals working with homeless and street involved youth ages 16-24.

Format:

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

Source: 
OPACY

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

trans and nonbinary youth inclusivity in sexual health – guidelines

Source: 
Planned Parenthood Toronto

The results of an exciting research project from PPT are finally here.

We partnered with a group of trans and nonbinary youth to develop some guidelines for service providers and educators to help them better serve trans and nonbinary youth.

For more info: http://ppt.on.ca.previewmysite.com/ppt/resources/research-and-consultati...

Program Officer

Employer: 
Harmony Movement
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Contract - full-time
Application deadline: 
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Contact name: 
Email: 

 http://www.harmony.ca/social-changemakers/

Harmony Movement is currently accepting applications for the role of Program Officer. Apply if you want to work in a dynamic, creative environment where your work makes a difference.

"Katelynn's Principle" has far-reaching potential for transformational change

"Katelynn's Principle" would place children at the centre of the child welfare and youth justice system

The jury at Katelynn Sampson's inquest has delivered their verdict and made 173 recommendations that potentially strengthen the way in which we offer protection to all children in this province.

The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth will strive to ensure that parties who have recommendations before them consider them carefully. 

What's next for accessibility?

Source: 
Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN)

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

 

Volume: Sisters Make Noise (free event celebrating Muslim womxn)

Date(s): 
Wed, 05/25/2016 - 18:00

That time of the year has arrived for our 3rd annual Volume: Sisters Make Noise at the Daniels Spectrum.  The event is happening on May 25th this year from 6 to 9 P.M. It is FREE and we encourage you all to come out and enjoy an evening of poetry, performance and song by young Muslim women who have participated in our Homebound Poetry workshop series this year. Refreshments will be provided and we will have local Muslim women vendors as well. The event will also feature the launch of our 4th poetry book

 

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