What we've achieved so far on our journey to amplify activism & social justice in Canada!
Canada Confesses gained support from 8 Members of the Legislature Assembly (MLAs).
We've partnered with over 30 Canadian organizations from the grassroots to the national levels.
The Quilt Bag
Gender Affirming Care
Rural Development Network
Caada Services Corps
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Equal Futures Network
Black Physicians of Canada
Anti-Oppression Learning Collective
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Girl Up To
The Unlearning Project
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Northern Mosaic Network
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To you, the images above may seem like only a collection or display of various logos. But to us, it tells the story of the creation, execution and continuation of our online-based project.
We envisioned a platform that can connect and amplify changemakers. Hence, we reached out to various organizations from the grassroots to the international level in hopes to gather resources from them and create partnerships. This led us to affiliate with the organizations above.
We’re still expanding, sharing resources, and making partnerships. If you are an individual or organization in Canada involved with social justice, activism, or advocacy work in any sector, we would love to be affiliated with you either as promotional partners or as a valuable resource for our project participants!
International Week: Global Goals Talks
With the help of 30 volunteers from 5 provinces and counting, we've been working hard to achieve the targets of SDG 16 and shared some lessons about virtual community organizing. Our work — all from the comfort of our homes — has shown us the power of mobilization in the digital age.
Alberta Student Leadership Summit: Sustaining Momentum
Targeted to those interested in creating an online-based project, we guided participants with practical steps from starting to leading and sustaining an equitable project.
Through a workshop format, participants learned how to positively impact their community the right way.
LCC Media Podcast
Nancy & Priscilla had a conversation with Tee Adeyemo, the Founder and Publisher of Ladies Corner Magazine.
We talked about social justice and sustainability and our determination to create safe spaces for youths to engage in conversations that are driving change across Canada.