As part of the Colour of Poverty Colour of Change, the Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic helped put together a proposal for a new National Anti-Racism Strategy to the Canadian Government for its adoption. To read our full proposal please click here.
Certain members of the Chinese community recently organized a protest against the City of Markham providing temporary accommodation in unused schools for asylum seekers in Ontario. As agencies that provide services and advocate for immigrants and refugees, Centre for Immigrants and Community Services (CICS) and Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic (CSALC) are deeply concerned […]
Toronto Star Columnist Shree Paradkar released an opinion editorial covering the Colour of Poverty provincial racial justice report card, which gave the NDP an A grade, the Liberals a B and the Progressive Conservatives a C. The A, B, C, grades are issued relative to other parties’ positions on racial justice and racial equity issues and […]
February 22, 2018 繁體中文 简体中文 Chinese and Asian Canadian and Québec organizations and community members across the country are standing up against the rise of Islamophobia, and are calling for all Canadians to fight for a just and inclusive society that welcomes all people regardless of their faith, race and their immigration status. In particular, […]
On February 7, 2018, CSALC Clinic Director Avvy Go, along with Debbie Douglas of OCASI and Shalini Konanur of SALCO published an Op-Ed in the Toronto Star regarding the newly published Parliamentary Standing Committee report: Taking Action against Systemic Racism and Religious Discrimination Including Islamophobia and re-emphasized the need for a new, revitalized Canadian Action […]