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Diverse groups and communities will come together and showcase their rich culture, heritage and values. A great opportunity to connect with people from other communities in Halifax and contribute towards an enriching discussion on building a more inclusive Canadian society.
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The Lebanese & Arab Social Services Agency “LASSA” is a settlement and social services agency that started in 1989 by concerned Canadians as a response to persons experiencing forced departure as a result of internecine strife in war torn Near Eastern countries.
As part of the Fostering Differences to Promulgate the Strength and Durability of Canadian Diversity project, LASSA will be organizing events in Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia that promote intercultural dialogue, integration, and inclusion in Canadian society. Workshops will also be hosted in order to discuss democratic values and Institutions, as well as the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The project events are open to the general public; while the workshops/discussion forums are aimed at First and Second Generation Canadians, as well as newcomers and other immigrants who are interested in participating. Settlement agency staff and anyone else with a particular interest in these topics are also encouraged to register.
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