Activities on the ground

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ENSEMBLE for the respect of diversity is a non-profit organization whose mission is to work with youth to build a more inclusive society.

Our organization stands among the leading actors addressing intolerance in Quebec today, reaching over 25,000 young people per year in high schools across Quebec and Canada.

Our Work on the Ground

All our activities are facilitated by experienced professionals, whose goal is to foster critical thinking among young people and equip them to find ways to counteract intolerance in their milieux.

Tolerance Caravan Workshops – 12-14 (Grades 7 and 8)

Developing awareness of the types of bullying and its consequences, and thinking about ways to stop it.

Tolerance Caravan Workshops – 15-17 (Grades 9, 10 and 11, and CEGEPs)

An introduction to the concepts of stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination as well as their consequences, followed by a discussion on the tools that exist to address these issues, such as the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms.

The Project Imprint – 12-17 (Grades 7-11)

A follow-up mobilization program designed to train and involve students in the search for solutions to bullying and discrimination.

The Elementary Program – 9-11 (Grades 4, 5 and 6)

A comprehensive program enabling elementary schools to better understand bullying dynamics in the school community and train professionals as well as students to determine measures which could be used to counteract bullying.