The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) strongly denounce the banning of most forms of prayer in Quebec schools.
As Muslims begin observing Ramadan, it’s a good time to consider the importance of building a strong sense of belonging at school. Affirming the identities of Muslim students and all minoritized and racialized learners is a way of creating a positive classroom culture.
MISSISSAUGA — The Ontario government continues to invest in its plan to challenge Islamophobia and provide new supports and programs for students who have experienced discrimination. Too many students in Ontario schools face hate, racism, and divisive rhetoric that has no place in this province or country.
The Muslim of Association of Canada (MAC) is proud to announce the launch of an educational platform to combat Islamophobia in Canada (https://islamawareness.ca/) as part of the Ontario Ministry of Education's effort to tackle Islamophobia in Ontario schools.
Recent overt attacks against Muslims in London, Ont.,Hamilton and Edmonton have surfaced and exacerbated the fear that Canadian Muslims have been living with for many years.
Rivers of Hope is pleased to announce that we have received a 3-year, $85,000-per-year grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Youth Opportunities Fund to challenge racism and Islamophobia in schools.
14 & Muslim is a CBC documentary that is inspiring important conversations and making a positive difference for youth across the country.
It seems that 2019 is the year of youth activism. Youth have been speaking out against climate change, gun violence and our environment.