by admin / November 1, 2019

Equal Press holds media training workshop for women and gender-diverse experts

On September 27th, Equal Press hosted Shari Graydon of Informed Opinions for an exciting and intimate workshop on media engagement. The workshop was tailored specifically to women and gender-diverse experts in the fields of gender and gender-based violence (GBV) who want to increase their effectiveness in engaging with the media.

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by admin / October 24, 2019

MOSAIC Legal Advocacy Program celebrates 25 years!

For many years, MOSAIC has been the only non-profit organization in BC offering newcomers free support on many legal issues. The program provides information, summary advice, referrals and representation on immigration, poverty and family law matters to low-income immigrants and refugees.

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Trans Hub
by admin / October 23, 2019

Aging: How Soon Is Then?

What does it mean to grow old as a transgender or gender-nonconforming person?

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Client stories
by admin / October 15, 2019

Newcomer had lost confidence and hope

Huda didn’t expect it to be so challenging to break into the Canadian labour market. Her father’s words were weighing heavily on her and she felt guilty for being unemployed while her parents struggled financially.

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Client stories
by admin / October 8, 2019

“A stable life” is the modest hope of resilient refugee newcomer

This is a story about perseverance and hard work; passion for success and giving everything to fight for a dream: this is the story of Anthony.

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Client stories
by admin / October 3, 2019

Newcomers credit quick job-search successes to SOPA

Settlement Online Pre-Arrival Services (SOPA) provides free online facilitated and self-directed courses focusing on job search and communication skills to help prepare newcomers before they arrive in Canada.

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employment opportunities
by admin / September 18, 2019

Diversity in the media safeguards democracy

Media’s role in society is integral for a healthy democracy. However, a lack of diversity within journalism is a significant detriment.

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by admin / September 15, 2019

How to Navigate the Intergenerational Gap in the Workplace

Intergenerational equity can be defined as a “concept of fair treatment of different generations.” While intergenerational equity has been identified as a priority by the United Nations, we still have long ways to go before it is made a priority in the workplace.

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Client stories
by admin / September 5, 2019

MOSAIC’s Multicultural Women’s Group Meets Trudeau

The MOSAIC Multicultural Women’s Support Group provides a space for immigrant and refugee women to build connections to the community and to learn about life in Canada.

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by admin / September 4, 2019

Literacy Matters

UNESCO International Literacy Day is when international, national, academic and community organizations reflect on what has been accomplished and prepare to meet the ongoing challenge of eradicating illiteracy around the world.

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