Don’t miss this thought provoking lecture about the meaning of home by Melissa Flemming, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ Spokesperson hosted by the Peace Studies, McMaster University.
This multi-day event will feature music, lectures, international booths and interactive activities at the beautiful Liuna Station--the very place through which many immigrants came to Hamilton to start a new life! The event aims to celebrate different cultures and people that make Hamilton a wonderful place to live in.
You are invited to the 5th Annual Multicultural Wellness Fair 2017 (#MWF2017)!
The MWF creates awareness about Hamilton's wellness and health services to multicultural communities, including newcomer immigrants and refugees. Information and resources are provided in an entertaining and interactive environment. Cultural performances and food will be presented to provide attendees with the opportunity to appreciate Hamilton’s diverse cultures as well as hear the stories and voices of people who share their experience through performance or speeches.
Colombian Refugees Association is a non for profit Hamilton based organization who provides assistance to unserved refugee claimants families from any where in the world, who are looking in to get protection from the Canada government and see in Hamilton and surroundings a place to have a family and raise their children. Colombian Refugee Association does not received any type of funding from any governmental bodies and they support their service and programs from special events, private sponsors and volunteers.
Annual Afro-Canadian Caribbean Association
Saturday, September 16
Join us for Hamilton's only Caribbean Inspired Walk event to encourage wellness and community involvement.
Our annual walk-a-thon is a fun and fit activity. Participants set realistic goals. All individual walkers/runners/skaters with more than $250 in pledges will receive a T-shirt and the $20.00 registration fees will be waived.
ACCA proudly presents Neema Children's Choir from Uganda on Friday, September 1, 2017, from 7 pm til 10 pm. Enjoy an evening of rich cultural expressions with family and friends as we bring you the sounds and movements of Uganda. This is a family friendly event. Tickets are only $10 per person and $5.00 for children 10 and under. Food will be available for $10.00 per plate. Cash Bar.
Presented by: Vivyan Salih, Settement Counsellor
For more information and to register, contact Vivyan at 905-529-5209 x 247 or email at email@example.com
The Ministry of Children and Youth Services is hosting Community Co-Design Sessions to provide information on filling out applications for programs and initiatives under the Ontario Black Youth Action Plan. These sessions will also be an opportunity for organizations with similar ideas to form partnerships – a key component of the Ontario Black Youth Action Plan Collective Impact and Cultural Identity (CI2) Approach.
What: Ontario Black Youth Action Plan – Community Co-Design Session
When: Thursday, August 17, 2017, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Come and join us for an Information Session to learn about:
- Different ways you can obtain funding for Training and Education
- Cost of college
- Financial Resources available to support students
- OSAP - Ontario Student Assistance Program
- Bursaries and Award Funding
- IAF - Immigrant Access Fund