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DIVERSEcity’s a recipient of generous donation from Shaw Communications to Community Food Centres Canada

March 25, 2020

As we all work to adjust our lives during the COVID-19 global pandemic, it’s important to remember that… Read more

What we’re doing about Covid-19: a message from CEO Neelam Sahota

March 18, 2020

Important information for staff, partners and clients about our response to COVID-19 and impact on DIVERSEcity programs and… Read more

DIVERSEcity presents a cheque for $500 to Shakti Society.

DIVERSEcity creates spaces and conversations for women on International Women’s Day

March 6, 2020

International Women’s Day (March 8) is a day about moving women’s equality forward, empowering other women, as well… Read more

Celebrity chef Vikram Vij cooks with refugee women and children at DIVERSEcity’s First Steps program

February 7, 2020

First Steps welcomes restaurateur Vikram Vij for a cooking session Celebrity chef and restaurateur Vikram Vij is a… Read more

Winners of the LGBTQ+ January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Awards

February 3, 2020

Lebanese journalist and activist Norma Lize of Vancouver has won the January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Award top… Read more

Ish Kumar, assistant manager, Skills Training Centre at DIVERSEcity.

DIVERSEcity’s Ish Kumar comes full circle

January 21, 2020

From looking for a job in Canada, to helping other newcomers get trained for the workforce at DIVERSEcity’s… Read more

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Are you a refugee or immigrant woman who has survived violence?DIVERSEcity’s Survivor-Centered System of Care Project is bringing immigrant and refugee women survivors center stage to inform systems-based change in how gender-based violence services are provided. We are recruiting 10 refugee, immigrant, ethnocultural or racialized women survivors to help lead critical dialogue sessions with services planners and providers on existing policies and practices through the lens of the survivors themselves. This is a unique opportunity to have your voice heard on making services in BC more equitable and inclusive. You will receive 40 hours of paid training based on our Roots of Safety framework to lead these dialogue sessions with police, legal, and health service providers. Apply now!📞 604-218-9648📧 nrihal@dcrs.ca💻 dcrs.ca/violence (link in bio)#DIVERSEcity #EveryoneBelongsHere #SurreyBC #equitable #canada #britishcolumbia #Refugee #Immigrant #newtocanada ... See MoreSee Less
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Our #summercamp kids have spent so much time running around and playing outside this August! ☀️ Lunch was much needed after. #surreybc #EveryoneBelongsHere #diversecity ... See MoreSee Less
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The #summer camp kids of DIVERSEcity are busy with their arts & crafts today! Thank you to the camp educators who are making this a wonderful summer experience for the children! ✨🙏#SurreyBC #EveryoneBelongsHere #DIVERSEcity ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Tuesday you all! Come support our Employment Team at the Pathfinders Charity Summer games! We are at the Telosky Stadium from 11 am until 4 pm.#diversecity #EveryoneBelongsHere #charitygames #inclusive #surreybc #bc ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you an #immigrant or #BIPOC emerging entrepreneur? Want some business idea support, guidance … even a little $$ ? Apply for our DIVERSEcity Business Pitch Competition, Dragons’ Den style! After a round of judging, a shortlist of entrepreneurs will be invited to present their pitch live at our DIVERSEcity Entrepreneur & Small Business Fair on October 19.Three winners will be chosen, with prizes of $2,000, $1,000 and $500. Are you one of them? Apply here: www.dcrs.ca/our-services/employment-programs/immigrant-entrepreneur-program/diversecity-entrepren... #entrepreneur #surreybc ... See MoreSee Less
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