Equality means equality for everyone
Introducing Kirija Balachandran, Our Client Manager and Summer Intern I would like to thank you all for the warm welcome and take this as an opportunity to introduce myself. I am currently working towards my Social Service Worker Diploma at Seneca College. I also have a degree from York University majoring in Law & Society
MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE In response to Toronto Pride – BLM Controversy, CAFE Shares Message of Inclusion TORONTO, ON — (July 11, 2016) – Pride is a celebration of diversity and inclusion. The Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) supports both. These are the guiding principles in all of our work, efforts and services.
Thank you Ms. Anjali Ramkissoon Can you imagine if this were a man? Anjali Ramkissoon was caught on camera attacking an Uber driver on or around January 2016. She later appeared on the Today Show attempting to vindicate herself and attributing, albeit pathetically her conduct to personal circumstances. Her television segment even gets us to
Mi’kmaw Native Centre and Public Service Alliance of Canada Join CAFE in Growing the Necktie Campaign The necktie campaign goal is to have the federal government include men and boys in the upcoming inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. For more information click here. In response to the federal inquiry into missing and murdered
Report by Phil Johnston, CAFE Vancouver President Vancouver’s 2016 Branch AGM was a success. I used it as an opportunity to boost our membership numbers (see Facebook event page) and to recognize the community’s accomplishments. The agenda consisted of: a presentation by the President of SFUAMB (video viewable here) a review of our past year’s