The “settled consensus” on pluralism, inclusion, and meritocracy has proven to be a far less settled than editorialists had believed.
Posts By: Mosaic Institute
Hate speech and hate crime is on the rise globally and Canada is no exception to this disturbing trend. In 2017 police reported a 47% rise in hate crimes[i] and B’nai Brith has found that anti-Semitism has increased in each of the past three years, rising to record levels.[ii] Within this context, there is increasing… Read more »
Mosaic is delighted to welcome three new additions to our professional team in Toronto. Rachel MansellVice President, Operations Rachel is a detail oriented, people-focused strategist, with a passion for conflict resolution practised through the lenses of human rights, diversity, and inclusion. She completed her education at Western University (2006) and the University of Toronto (2013)…. Read more »
Akaash Maharaj, the Mosaic Institute’s CEO speaks with Tammie Sutherland of BTV on the rise of hate in Canada. June 24, 2019 Click here for the video.
Our CEO testifies to the House of Commons Standing Committee.
Following the screening of the film “The Accountant of Auschwitz” at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, The Mosaic Institute hosts panelists to discuss the Holocaust, the Rohingya genocide, and Cambodia’s killing fields. This was part of the Mosaic Institute’s work on post-conflict reconciliation, which seeks to allow fruitful discussion and to break the cycle of inter-generational trauma. Panelists… Read more »
Watch our video on the campaign the Mosaic Institute’s UofMosaic Fellows ran to dismantle intergenerational prejudice.
Join us on May 14th for a special screening of the Accountant of Auschwitz, followed by a panel discussion.
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. On this day, in 1960, police opened fire and killed 69 people peacefully demonstrating against apartheid pass laws in Sharpeville, South Africa. This year’s theme is to mitigate and counter rising nationalist populism and extreme supremacist ideologies. Racist extremist movements based on ideologies that… Read more »
Join us Saturday, April 6, 2019, 7pm at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and TIFF’s screening of Ghost Fleet. Ghost Fleet follows Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul’s compelling work rescuing South-Asian workers trapped in modern day slavery in the Thai fishing industry.