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CRRF Regional Consultation: Toronto
6:30 PM - 11:59 PM Afternoon Session: Friends House, 60 Lowther Avenue
Date: June 24, 2019 to June 24, 2019
Where: Afternoon Session: Friends House, 60 Lowther Avenue, Evening Session: Location Forthcoming, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Event Type: Education
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The consultation in Toronto will be facilitated in English. If you are in Toronto and wish to communicate in French to share your ideas, please contact anuconsults@gmail.com La consultation à Toronto sera facilité en anglais. Si vous êtes à Toronto et souhaitent communiquer en français pour partager vos idées, veuillez contacter anuconsults@gmail.com   The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) is embarking on a strategic planning process with its Board of Directors. They have hired Toronto-based consulting firm HSC Vision Group (consultants Gary Sandor and Anu Radha Verma) to facilitate the strategic planning process. The focus is on understanding what people across Canada believe the role of the CRRF may be in the future, what directions a national organization focused on race relations and eliminating racism must consider, and to help us identify priorities for the next 3 years. There are two consultations taking place  (1) Afternoon session from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm is intended for organizations and service providers who work directly in the field of race relations - this includes seniors leaders, staff and others who spend their days working directly on eliminating racism  (2) Evening session from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm is intended for individuals, community leaders, people affected by racism, and people who live and work in racialized communities.  Each session will feature information sharing, discussion and dialogue. Refreshments will be provided. ----- The CRRF is a federal Crown Corporation, and reports to the Minister of Heritage and Multiculturalism. It has charitable status and is non-partisan. It was created as a result of the 1988 Japanese Canadian Redress Agreement between the federal government and the National Association of Japanese Canadians. The CRRF began operations in 1997.