In this new episode of Home is Here we chat with Lilibeth Rivas, facilitator of our Playing to Act workshop, after the first session of the course. We also hear the thoughts of some of the participants in the program.
In this new episode of Superheroes Without Borders, we are thrilled to introduce Sakura, a superhero who, among many other things, tells us about the importance of giving people a second chance, reminds us that it’s okay to cry when you need it, and shares her experience in Canada, where she arrived from Mexico as a child.
In this new episode of Superheroes Without Borders, we are thrilled to introduce Lucky Lover, a superhero whose name reflects his inspiring journey.
En este nuevo episodio de Superhéroes sin fronteras estamos muy emocionados de presentar a Aurora, una superhéroe que nos habla acerca de los desafíos y las victorias que ha experimentado durante su trayectoria para encontrar su súper poder. Aurora nos cuenta acerca de la importancia de estar rodeados de personas que nos apoyen. Acompáñanos a escuchar su maravillosa historia.
In this episode of Superheroes Without Borders, we are thrilled to introduce Heaven, a superhero whose name reflects her inspiring journey.
In the inaugural episode of Superheroes Without Borders we meet Simran, a 20-year-old girl from India who is still deliberating on her superhero alias (with a humorous twist).
Simran takes us on a captivating journey, recounting her experiences transitioning from a secure and privileged life in India to navigating the unfamiliar terrain of Canada.
Jocelyn and Min Lee, two volunteer teachers from the University of Toronto chapter of MusicBox, offering free music classes hosted at the FCJ Refugee Centre for children aged 6-12, share their experience after this edition of the program.
The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 24 January as International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education for peace and development.
In this special edition of Home is Here we take a closer look at the reality faced by refugee and non-status children and youth when it comes to accessing the education system in Canada.
The epsiode includes a conversation with doctor Tyler Correia, from the FCJ Refugee Centre Uprooted Youth program, which is focused on post-secondary education, and the testimony of a mother, who will tell us about her experience in the schooling of her children.
As part of the Stay Awake Campaign, Shadi Shahkhalili, Anti-Human Trafficking – Migrant Case at FCJ Refugee Centre, talks about our Anti-Human Trafficking Program, which includes three main projects: the Migrant Workers Mobile Program, the Migrant Women’s Counter Human Trafficking Alliance, and the Youth Alliance Against Human Trafficking.
If you need support related to human trafficking and migrant workers, you can contact us through WhatsAppp: 647 971 2153.