Mobilizing all Hamiltonians to create an inclusive and welcoming city

Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is a charitable organization driven by a mission to mobilize all Hamiltonians to create an inclusive and welcoming city. Founded in 2006, HCCI has undertaken an extensive number of initiatives that have made a measurable impact of the vision of building a united community that respects diversity, practices equity, and speaks out against discrimination. To achieve this, the organization engages with partners and supporters and works hard to be both proactive and responsive as society evolves and new challenges emerge.

PROGRAMS

Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion achieves its mandate through a variety of programs and initiatives which actively engage individuals and organizations in our community. In a diversity of ways, these programs inspire and motivate, promote the achievement of inclusive and equitable outcomes, provide support and guidance, and help participants to develop their capacity, tools, and skill sets.

Current Programs

Hamilton Civic Leadership Program

Black Youth Mentorship Program

Anti-Oppression Training

Anti-Racism Conference

Our partners

The Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is grateful for the support, engagement, and collaboration of our partners as we work to achieve our vision of a united community that respects diversity, practices equity and speaks out against discrimination.

ACORN Canada
Environment Hamilton
Hamilton immigration Partnership Council
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
Afro Canadian Caribbean Association
Empowerment Squared
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board
Hamilton community benefits network
Immigrants Working Centre
McMaster University Equity and Inclusion Office
McMaster University Office of Community engagement
The space
YMCA
Spectrum
Sasha sexual assault centre
Never gonna stop
Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board Kids Need Help
Hamilton & district labour council
Spectrum

Latest news

Hamilton ranks second highest for hate crimes in Canada — again

Hamilton Spectator By Nicole O'Reilly Hamilton has the second-highest rate of police-reported hate crimes, only falling behind Thunder Bay, according to a national Statistics Canada Report. This ranking, based on 2015 statistics, is not new. Hamilton regularly ranks...

Ontario Passes Anti-Racism Legislation

Ontario passed legislation today that positions the province as a leader in fighting systemic racism and advancing racial equity for all. The Anti-Racism Act, 2017 strengthens the government's commitment to identify and combat systemic racism in policies, programs and...

Creating Capacity for organizations

One of the ways Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is creating capacity for positive change is by facilitating the launch and development of aligned organizations under its charitable umbrella. HCCI is proud to have acted as an organizational mentor to the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, Rafiki, Never Gonna Stop, and 7 Strong. We also provide informal help to other community groups, such as ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) Hamilton.

Creating Capacity for organizations

One of the ways Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion is creating capacity for positive change is by facilitating the launch and development of aligned organizations under its charitable umbrella. HCCI is proud to have acted as an organizational mentor to the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, Rafiki, Never Gonna Stop, and 7 Strong. We also provide informal help to other community groups, such as ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) Hamilton.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

We welcome feedback, comments, and questions.
Please email, call, or use the form below to connect with our team.

info@hcci.ca

Hamilton Center for Civic Inclusion 

423 King Street East
Hamilton ON, L8N 1C5

(905) 297 4694

info@hcci.ca

423 King Street East, Hamilton ON, L8N 1C5

(905) 297-4694