As International Day in Support of Victims of Torture comes to an end, the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture would like to remind everyone that human rights still has a long way to go. Look below at the resource made by Ezat Mossallanejad (CCVT Policy Analyst) to learn about the history of this important day and encourage the Canadian government to play a larger role in supporting and rehabilitating survivors of torture.

Look Below for a List of Resources in Toronto for Events and Services!

  • For a list of FREE activities, events and street festivals in Toronto during July – August 2019click here (last updated July 25, 2019).
  • For a list of FREE activities, events and street festivals in Toronto year roundclick here (last updated July 11, 2019).
  • Youth Employment Services (YES) Canada has the experience and expertise to deliver programs and services helping youth find a job or start a business.  Specializing in career counselling and job placement YES is 85% successful in finding jobs, training, education or business outcomes for youth. Click here to go to their website and see the full list of Programs & Services available to youth.
  • City of Toronto Partnership to Advance Youth Employment (PAYE) has connected hundreds of young people with job opportunities with partner employers. PAYE employers have helped young job seekers to tap into networks that they otherwise would not have been able to access; networks that have helped them find quality employment and training opportunities. Click here to go to their website for more information and a contact list.


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