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INVITATION - Event 1 of QUESCREN-BCRC series "From Vulnerability to Vitality: Building Sustainable English-Speaking Black and African Visible Minority Communities in Quebec"

This initial event will look at "Employment and Underemployment of English-Speaking Black community in Québec: The situation and possible solutions"
July 24, 2020
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By Anna Hunt

Earlier this year, we unfortunately had to cancel the event "From Vulnerability to Vitality: Building Sustainable English-Speaking Black and African Visible Minority Communities in Quebec", due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we are now happy to announce that QUESCREN will again be collaborating with the Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC) and the Institute for Community Entrepreneurship and Development (ICED) to hold this event as a 2-part series.

This series will feature presentations and discussions, bringing together representatives from the government, education and community sectors to address challenges and solutions for building sustainable minority communities. It will focus on the experience of the English-speaking Black population of Quebec as a subset of the Black Canadian socio-political and economic realities. 

The first event is titled "Employment and Underemployment of English-Speaking Black in Québec: The situation and possible solutions" and will be taking place online on September 17th, 2020.

Read more about this event and how to register.


Au début de l'année, nous avons malheureusement dû annuler l'événement « From Vulnerability to Vitality: Building Sustainable English-Speaking Black and African Visible Minority Communities in Quebec », en raison de la pandémie COVID-19. Cependant, nous sommes maintenant heureux d'annoncer que QUESCREN collaborera à nouveau avec le Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC) et l'Institute for Community Entrepreneurship and Development (ICED) pour organiser cet événement en deux parties.

Cette série comprendra des présentations et des discussions, réunissant des représentants du gouvernement, de l'éducation et des secteurs communautaires pour aborder les défis et les solutions pour la construction de communautés minoritaires durables. Elle sera axée sur l'expérience de la population noire anglophone du Québec en tant que sous-ensemble des réalités sociopolitiques et économiques des Noirs canadiens.

Le premier événement est intitulé « Employment and Underemployment of English-Speaking Black in Québec: The situation and possible solutions » et se déroulera en ligne le 17 septembre 2020.

En savoir plus sur cet événement et sur comment s'inscrire.

 

 




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