TakingITGlobal has completed the CLC Canada publication, featuring local, regional, and national initiatives engaging youth and inspirational stories of youth-led change. Celebrating the 3-year CLC Canada program, the report covers the accomplishments of the program over its three program years, and profiles the partners, coordination team, and supporters that made it possible!
Salut à tous et à toutes, Hi CLCers ! April has been a busy and exciting month here in Montreal. Justine, ilyes and I organized different activities: - An open forum where we had 8... (read more)
Hey everybody! I can’t believe this will be my last blog for CLC! April has been an exciting and busy month, trying to wrap everything up and making sure as much as possible that projects are... (read more)
Hey team! I hope everyone’s April has gone well and that for those of you in university you’ve survived exams and all that fun stuff. A lot has been going on in Ottawa, so I thought I’d drop... (read more)
Hey everyone! Whew, well I've just finished exams (yay!) and I feel like I'm returning to normal life now. I've been working on a last push to show TIG's presence here in Edmonton...lots of email... (read more)
hello everyone, hope all is well. hope exams/school/other work are going well for everyone. so yesterday I did an interview with a girl who worked for a university newspaper/journal. The... (read more)
Hello everyone! I hope you're all doing well in this busy period of the year. I just wanted to let you know about the upcoming activities the CLC Quebec team will organise/participate in. On... (read more)
Description: This two part event will bring youth together from across North America to understand and take action on the issue of violence against aboriginal women and all parties involved. Humanities Event (9:00-10:20 MT) - Students will examine and internalize literature, sharing poetry, essays and reflections on the reality of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women in Canada. All of this will culminate in the opportunity to share these works with Aboriginal experts and elders and move towards action as a national community. Art Event (10:30-11:30 MT) - Students will connect to some of Canada's leading aboriginal artists, with both parties sharing their art and discussing the power of art to transform society.
Description: Time Project is an on line human rights social justice activity where students from around the world gather on ONE DAY IN TIME to learn from one another. Time Project is comprised of a number of actvities the most popular of which include video conferencing, bullentin board messaging, the 24 hr research competition, Mock UN and many many more on line activities. We invite everyone to email the Program Co-ordinator Joe Sheik at firstname.lastname@example.org
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