How can we work together to improve access to recreation for Toronto’s 65,000 newcomer youth?
Opportunities like afterschool programs, arts and music, and sports are essential for ensuring newcomer youth settle successfully in Canada.
Join us for an afternoon of interactive recreation activities, keynote speakers, and opportunities to learn from and work with others to address this important issue.
Newcomer Youth Recreation Forum
Date: Monday, June 12, 2017
Time: 12 pm – 4:30 pm
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St W
Council Chambers and Members Lounge
Femi Lawson, Youtube Personality, Actor, Creative Director
Jeah Mae Banico, RISE Edutainment
FCJ Youth Network – Youth to You Toolkit
Sharma Queiser – Social Planning Toronto
Hsain Al-Shihabi – Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto
Action Tables on:
- Outreach and Engagement Strategies
- Program Development and Space
- Evaluation and Funding
Drop In Activities:
- Breakdancing Demos with KeepRockinYou
- iAM Photo Exhibit by JAYU
- Button Making with North York Arts
- Henna Hand Painting
- Sports Development Clinics
Brought to you by:
Social Planning Toronto, Toronto Newcomer Office, Toronto Youth Equity Strategy, North York Arts, MLSE Launchpad, and Laidlaw Foundation.
lunch will be served » tokens available » child minding available upon request in advance
100 Queen St W
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
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