Alberta Hate Crimes Committee
Thanks to the support of the Alberta Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund, the Centre will be working with the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee to continue our efforts to address and stop hate crime.
Nominations being accepted
Do you know someone who works selflessly to ensure Edmonton is a safe and inclusive city to live, work and play in? Our partner, the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee wants to acknowledge the work of community leaders and/or organizations that have actively made strides in creating a city free of hate.
If you would like to nominate, please send an explanation, in 500 words or less, about why the person or organization deserves to be recognized. Send nominations here. Deadline is March 6, 2015.
#STOPHATEAB Provincial Youth Forum
April 22, 2014
The #STOPHATEAB Provincial Youth Forum, hosted by the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee, will engage young people in becoming active responders to hate in Alberta. We would like to thank the Department of Justice, Government of Canada for their support to this forum as part of the National Victims of Crime Awareness Week.
Who: Young people, between the ages of 16-24.
What will we be doing at the forum?
Foster an understanding of hate, its impacts and the important role young people can play in being an active witness
Hear from young people who have experienced hate first-hand
Play an integral role in creating identities and scenarios relapted to hate which will be incorporated into an interactive smart phone app
Connect and share ideas with youth from across Alberta
Kickstart the #stophateab campaign by engaging in social media and sharing perspectives on hate and inclusion
Watch the 2015 Calgary Hate Crime Awards ceremony and engage with award recipients
The John Humphrey Centre is excited to contribute to this landmark project in Alberta in partnership with AHCC which will be a model for not only the rest of Canada, but the world. Find out more information about the Forum and how to register here.