Three year project targets at-risk youth

Some 500 youths across the GTA are now knowledgeable to help others bring about positive changes with respect to gender-based violence and community safety.

With funding through organizations such as the Status of Women, the City of Toronto and the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Urban Alliance on Race Relations (UARR) ended a three-year project working with young people in marginalized communities.

Last weekend, the UARR brought together participants and a number of community representatives at a conference titled Making Noise to explore manifestations of violence they face using art forms such as multi-media expressions and spoken word performances.

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Special Thanks to Our Funding Partners

Ontario Trillium Foundation
Status of Women Canada