Watch our video on the campaign the Mosaic Institute’s UofMosaic Fellows ran to dismantle intergenerational prejudice.
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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.
The Mosaic Institute Welcomes You to Spring! Message from our CEO I am delighted to announce that the Mosaic Institute has selected General (ret’d) John de Chastelain to be our 2019 Peace Patron. A former Chief of Canada’s Defence Staff, he is best-known for his critical role in bringing peace to Northern Ireland. As Chair of… Read more »
This month, our latest cohort of UofMosaic Fellows present (Don’t) Pass It Down: Dismantling Intergenerational Prejudice, a social action campaign to be held on university campuses across the country. Many of us live with the daily reality of prejudice, but when do we examine the prejudices we hold within ourselves, our families and our communities?… Read more »
THANK YOU! On 17 June 2019, the Mosaic Institute presented the 2019 Peace Patron Award to: General (Ret’d) John de Chastelain, CC, CMM, CD, CH From Left: Vahan Kololian, Mosaic Institute’s Co-founder and Chair, Her Honour, Elizabeth Dowdeswell , Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, General (Retired) John de Chastelain, 2019 Peace Patron, and Akaash Maharaj, the… Read more »
Prejudice, Threat, Environment, and Cognition:Do Differences in Cognitive Style Explain Prejudicial Attitudes Towards Ethnic Outgroups? A Partnership Project with The Mosaic Institute and: Dr. Jordan MansellPost-Doctoral ResearchPolitical Communications and Public Opinion LabThe University du Québec in Montréal (UQAM) Dr. Allison HarellChair, Political Psychology of Social SolidarityThe University du Québec in Montréal (UQAM) Dr. Michael Bang PetersenProfessor… Read more »
Did you know that over 1/5th of the world’s population celebrates the Lunar New Year? Feted as the Spring Festival in China, Tet in Vietnam, Seollal in Korea, and many other Asian countries including Singapore, Laos, and Cambodia among others. The Lunar New Year is a time for festivities including family reunions and gatherings, and… Read more »
Rollcall, by George Elliott Clarke Michaëlle Jean, Anne Cools, Maestro Fresh Wes,Viola Desmond, Oscar Peterson,Harriet Tubman, Elijah McCoy,Jully Black, Leonard Braithwaite, and Charles Roach. Fitzroy Gordon, Mary Anne Shadd Cary,Pearleen Oliver, W.P. Oliver, Carrie Best,Lincoln Alexander, Drake,Les Oliver, and William Andrew White. Portia May White, Austin Chesterfield Clarke,Dionne Brand, Claire Harris, Nathaniel Dett,Mairuth Sarsfield, Osborne Anderson,Monica… Read more »