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promotes inclusion challenges discrimination celebrates diversity builds community

Students & Youth

Through interactive workshops, youth are made aware of the impact of prejudice and discrimination and are empowered to take action to address these issues within their schools and communities.

Educators

Our dynamic educator programs engage teachers, support staff and administrators using equity and anti-oppressive frameworks to disrupt prejudice and discrimination in schools.

Community

We equip participants with the tools to collaboratively challenge discrimination while working together across social differences for a healthy and diverse community.

#StayWellWithHarmony Mental Health Campaign

Starting October 12th Harmony Movement will be sharing weekly mental health and well-being challenges through our Instagram account. Educators can download a workbook and have their classes join in and participate along with other youth across Canada. 

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Virtual Youth Leadership Program

We are recruiting 26 youth from across Canada aged 18-24 to participate in our Emerging Leaders virtual leadership series. We are currently accepting applications from passionate young leaders committed to creating positive social change to participate in this multi-week intensive program running from January 9 to March 20, 2022.

Emerging Leaders will deepen their knowledge of discrimination and anti-oppression, build their personal and professional networks, and gain experience in facilitation, mentorship, and project management in a non-profit setting.

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