Healing for Social Change

Post submitted by: Kamini MK (They/Them) Writer / Consultant / EducatorBased out of Tkaronto, Kamini works in software development, performing arts and community facilitation. Their work can be found at www.kmkequity.com   I am leading a workshop based on a sharing round robin. It’s my turn and I’ve just finished speaking. The details of my lived … Read more

Harmony’s 2020-21 Annual Report released

Today, Harmony Movement released our 2020-21 Annual Report. The report gives a snapshot of our work from July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021.  It was a very exciting year of transitions and organizing as we relaunched operations.  Thanks to all our partners who supported our work. Your contributions helped us reach youth and educators … Read more

Social Changemakers Conference for Student Teams

We are recruiting 26 high school teams from across Canada to participate in our virtual Social Changemakers Conference. We are currently accepting applications from passionate young leaders committed to creating positive social change to participate in this program running from March 4-6, with a follow-up session on March 18th.

Harmony launches our first crowdfunding campaign

Help us empower the next generation of leaders to combat hate in Canada Support our work so we can empower young people to disrupt hate and take action to create more inclusive communities. Help Youth Leaders! https://djcb52oh54rte.cloudfront.net/c5ba6148fbf3445978d309dae643ddab.mp4 Over the past several months the division in our society has become more evident. Issues of racism, colonization, … Read more

New Executive Director of Harmony Movement

The board of Harmony Movement and Harmony Education Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Janelle Yanishewski as executive director, effective immediately. Janelle has been a member of the leadership team at Harmony since 2015, as Manager of Operations as well as project manager on the cross-country “Voices of Canadian Youth” project partially funded … Read more


The #StayWellWithHarmony campaign focuses on weekly mental health and wellbeing challenges that can be used and integrated into classrooms. The campaign comes with a free downloadable workbook that educators can integrate into their classroom.