Refugee camps

Refugee Art Project

The Toronto Global Shapers is organizing the Refugee Art Project, a multimedia showcase that will feature art and live performances.

This event supports Love Without Borders, a grassroots organization that helps refugees in Greek camps get access to shelters and housing communities.

All while providing them with a platform to raise awareness on the conditions they live in.

Dinner Around Displaced People

Women in refugee camps are extremely vulnerable to violence as they are left out of basic decision making.

To highlight this issue, the Oxfam Canada is organizing “What She Knows Matters: Conversation On Women Refugees”.

The aim is to engage participants in an informal dialogue on the circumstances facing women refugees.

Live music and food are also on the agenda.  

Date: Friday, 15th of March, 2019

Refugee Awareness Week

The University Of Toronto African Alumni Association is organizing a Refugee Awareness Week (RAW).

The aim is to have events that are geared toward educating the community about refugee issues and resettlement in Canada.

The event will be culminated by a RAW discussion panel.

The event will also include simulation camps in three libraries.

Date: Wednesday, 27th of February, 2019

Time: 5:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m

Testing our Tolerance: The journey from foreign refugee camps to Canada’s rival political camps

Ever wanted to learn more about the experiences of a foreign correspondent to refugee camps abroad and his opinion on the resettlement of refugees in Canada? Well, wait no longer!
Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement is organizing a presentation on this subject.
Date: Thursday 4th of October 2018
Time: 12:30 p.m to 1:30 p.m
Location: Sally Horsfall Eaton Centre (6th Floor), Toronto