Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion offers a variety of programs and initiatives which actively engage individuals and organizations in our community to collectively work towards our shared mission and vision and to provide tangible knowledge, tools, and skills to bring about change.
Hamilton Civic Leadership Program
The Hamilton Civic Leadership Program offers engaging and participatory sessions designed to deepen critical understanding of civic issues and promote engagement in democracy among all youth.
Black Youth Mentorship Program
The Black Youth Mentorship Program (BYMP) helps improve the emotional well-being of Black youth in Hamilton by connecting with consistent, caring adults, to increase their resiliency, and progress toward their goals.
HCCI offers Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism Training for institutions, businesses, and others to advance equity in the workplace and to share information and tools to advance diversity and inclusion practices.
The 2020 Anti-Racism Conference explores the context of race and racism through engaging and challenging conversations with leading thinkers and activists with the objective of combating the rise of hate.
COMMUNITY ONLINE HATE REPORTING
HCCI and Dr. Ameil Joseph of the school of School Work at McMaster University are working on an independent, user-friendly community based online hate reporting platform to tackle hate on an individual and societal level.
SAFETY & WELL-BEING PLAN FOR BLACK STUDENTS
Hamilton students have worked together to advocate for support around issues of racism and hate speech. HCCI conducted a report to address community safety, well-being and create an action plan for Black youth in Hamilton schools.
Hamilton Center for Civic Inclusion
423 King Street East
Hamilton ON, L8N 1C5
(905) 297 4694