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.
We’d like to introduce the #StayAwakeCampaign, a three-week campaign to raise awareness around the issue of Human Trafficking amongst precarious migrant youth.
We talked about it with Victoria Zea, the Anti-Human Trafficking – Youth Coordinator at FCJ Refugee Centre.
Come join us in-person for group art therapy and pick up some new skills. Hosted by Sister Paula, every Tuesday, from 4:30 to 5:30 PM.
We re excited to introduce to you a new program called Uprooted Junior Arts! As part of the FCJ Uprooted Series, the FCJ Youth Team is inviting you to a safe space for newcomer youth and children. Everyone between the age of 6-12 is invited to come together and create arts.
As a part of our Community Hour activities, on July 21st we’ll have a Yin Yoga class, hosted by Dalal Abdul-Razzaq. Yin Yoga is a restorative and slow practice to release tension and connect to the body through mindful movement. Participants will need to bring a yoga mat, water and have access to a quiet room.
The Recognition of Emotions workshop is back on July 14th! Participants would need to have a white sheet of paper and several colors: purple, orange, green, yellow, blue, red… Hosted by Patricia Pabón Trujillo.
What is an elevator pitch? Why is important? How can I learn to attract attention to my project, my ideas, or myself? Find out by joining our next Community Hour workshop on July 7th, hosted by Samantha Martínez.
During this community hour, which will be hosted by Carter García on June 30th, we will be using commonplace items such as newspapers, scraps, fabric, ribbon and stickers to make an art piece. Being creative is all about using what you have, and that is what collaging is all about! Materials will be provided, but we encourage attendees to bring their own materials and add their personal touch!