In a recent collaboration, researchers sought to understand why Crouch Neighbourhood Resource Centre was seeing so many new people using their services. What were their stories? How specifically was the pandemic increasing poverty, or was something else happening? To understand more, participants completed surveys and in-depth interviews uncovering their background, needs, and experiences.
Join Jennifer Martino (Executive Director, Crouch Neighbourhood Resource Centre) and Dr. Abram Oudshoorn (Associate Professor, Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing, Western University) to learn about the recent report and key findings from the study.
Do you know a community-oriented leader passionate about diversity and inclusion who may be interested in establishing actions to confront anti-Black racism with dedicated resources and funding?
Applications to join the new Anti-Black Racism Steering Committee with the Community Diversity and Inclusion Strategy (CDIS) will close on Monday, January 11, 2021. The City of London encourages interested Londoners to submit an application before the deadline.
These members will provide guidance and leadership by developing a work plan with strategies that will be put into action to address systemic anti-Black racism in London. Members will make key decisions around the community engagement plan and process, oversee community outreach, approve agendas and materials for meetings, review feedback from community engagement activities and make recommendations to the CDIS.
On June 19, celebrate World Refugee Day with us! The London Cross Cultural Learner Centre’s annual Life As A Refugee community event will be held virtually this year. Through an online campaign, Resilient Together, will highlight the importance of building a more welcoming community.