National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, on Sept. 30, honours the children who never returned home, survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. York University will recognize the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation by offering events and resources throughout the month for its community members to learn about the history of residential schools in Canada and the lasting impacts on Indigenous community members today.
In honour of the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation, The Division of Equity, People & Culture along with a variety of York University partners is hosting a series of film screenings on both the Keele and Glendon campuses. We encourage community members to engage with these media to support their learning on a path […]
A number of our faculty members and graduate student will be giving presentations at CSSE 2023 taking place at York University May 27 to June 2, 2023.
The recently launched “Retooling Black Anxiety” project at York University looks to examine increased anxiety among Black youth and families who have had encounters with the criminal justice system (CJS).
Experiential education a big part of Master of Leadership and Community Engagement professional degree program
The Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE) is a part-time interdisciplinary cohort-based Master’s program that brings together professionals from varied education contexts to learn together how to best serve their immediate communities.
Making the Shift (MtS), a youth homelessness social innovation lab co-led by the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness at York University, will host a virtual discussion on “Using Data and Evidence to End Homelessness: Drawing lessons from the United Kingdom” on Nov. 17 at 11 a.m.
On Sept. 29 and 30, the York community gathered to reflect on the legacy of Canada’s residential school system. The archives of the livestreamed events are now available to view.
The next gathering of the Learning from and with Indigenous Community Members Book Club will take place online during National Indigenous History Month on Tuesday, June 14 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Funds laid out in the federal government’s spring budget will guarantee long-term support for research and other initiatives at York University that create pathways to education for Black youth and future Black scholars.
In the media: What kind of jobs are going to be available for students in community leadership programs in a post-Covid world?
With more than 60% of Canadians reporting they are evaluating their current careers — and almost one-in three yearning to do something more meaningful and fulfilling post-pandemic — the Faculty of Education anticipates interest in its Masters of Leadership and Community Engagement degree program (MLCE) will be at an all-time high this year.