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May 5th – Youth are taking action in their communities. Join the movement!

150 youth changemakers initiate 10 projects building a more vibrant, inclusive Montreal On Friday May 5th, 2017, Equitas showcased the impact of 10 innovative Montreal youth-led projects at the “Youth are leading change in their communities” event held at Sid Lee‘s inspiring Creative Space 8 Queen. Over 150 youth from 8 organizations shared how they have

April 26 – Equitas Diversity Speakers’ Series — Young Montrealers welcoming refugee & newcomer youth

Come explore how Montreal youth can take leadership in making our communities more inclusive, and support refugee and newcomer children and youth make roots in their new city. Date: Wednesday April 26, 2017 Time: From 7:30 to 9am Location: At RBC – 41st Floor of 1, Place Ville Marie, Montreal The event is free and

50th Anniversary Fundraising Event in Montreal – March 29, 2017

Join us to celebrate diversity and inclusion! March 29th, 2017 Le Salon 1861, 6:30pm Tickets — $130. (A partial tax receipt will be issued following the event.) For more information 514-954-0382 #241 or bmalenfant@equitas.org  

Equitas Toronto Cocktail “Kids building an inclusive Canada” – Dec.5, 2016

Equitas Annual Fundraising Cocktail in Toronto Monday December 5, 2016 // 6pm – 8:30 pm At TD Centre – 54th Floor of 66, Wellington St. West, Toronto Join us! RSVP: http://bit.ly/2fXLSI8 Generously hosted by TD Bank Group Lundi 5 décembre 2016 // 18h à 20h30 Au TD Centre – 66, rue Wellington Ouest, Toronto, 54e étage Soyez

Equitas Diversity Speakers’ Series — Young Montrealers building more welcoming and inclusive communities

Thank you for the inspiring exchanges on youth leadership in building more welcoming and inclusive communities in Montreal. Read our blog. Wednesday November 16, 2016 // 7:30 to 9am At RBC – 41st Floor of 1, Place Ville Marie, Montreal Our guests Youth voices : Schadlin and Youveline from Maison d’Haiti and Moussa from Canadian

On November 20th, #PlayItFair with Equitas for National Child Day!

 National Child Day, celebrated annually on November 20th, is a day dedicated to promoting and safeguarding the rights of children and youth. Celebrated since 1993, National Child Day commemorates the adoption of: –       The Declaration of the Rights of the Child on November 20, 1959 –       The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)

Equitas at the 2016 World Social Forum

From August 9-12, the Equitas team joined hundreds of people for a week of exchange, workshops and the sharing of new ideas at the 2016 World Social Forum in Montreal. Participatory Workshop #1 – Educate, empower, change through human rights education  On August10, Equitas and our guests the Raging Grannies were welcoming participants in the WSF’s Espace

400 children of Montreal-Nord celebrate Play It Fair! Day with borough mayor Christine Black

August 3rd in Montreal-Nord! On Wednesday August 3, 2016, 400 young Montrealers celebrated Play It Fair! Day – a national celebration taking place throughout the summer in many Canadian communities. Propelled by Equitas for almost 10 years around International Youth Day (August 12), the Play It Fair! Day celebrations are an opportunity for children in

Equitas X ArtLords (Afghanistan) at Festival MURAL – June 18, 2016

“We bring down ugly walls of #Kabul with paint. We aim to make Kabul the capital of graffiti & promote critical thinking.” – ArtLords Saturday June 18, from 10:30am to 5pm Conference by Omaid Sharifi, ArtLords Co-founder,  at 2pm Studio Bliss (boutique),  3847, boul. Saint-Laurent – Montreal Presented during the Festival MURAL  Come discover ArtLords,

Invitation – A Montréal Speaking Rights Celebration!

For the last 5 years, Equitas’ Speaking Rights program has been supporting youth engagement projects across Montreal. These projects are opportunities for youth organizations to benefit from a small amount of financial support and Equitas’ coaching and support to implement activities allowing youth to play an active and positive role within their communities. This year,

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