The Community One Foundation provides grants for projects that enhance the development of the LGBTTIQQ2S communities in the Greater Toronto Area. Over 1,000 important and innovative community projects have been supported through the generous contributions of their donors. We are humbled to present to you Christopher Nkambwe the 2020 Steinert & Fereirro award winner for […]
Using media as a tool in raising voices against systematic racism and discrimination among African LGBTIQ refugees living in Canada. Tune in CTV News Canada at 4:00pm EST for an exclusive interview where our Executive Director Christopher Nkambwe also a Women Deliver Alumni will be discussing about the matter.
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DESCRIPTION: www.africancentre4refugees.org is the corporate website of the African Centre for Refugees in Ontario-Canada. The African Centre for Refugees in Ontario-Canada is excited to announce the launch of a newly designed website which will go live on Saturday 27th June 2020. Our website has been crafted to reflect the needs of the user, as a […]
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Menstruation is an issue of human rights and dignity. Nevertheless, considerable barriers curtailing the equal and safe access to hygiene and education for women and girls across the world persist to this day, among which is the issue of Menstrual Hygiene Insecurity (MHI) according to graduatewomen.org. The International Menstrual Hygiene Day is celebrated every year […]