Mosaic Releases Ground-Breaking Report on Imported Conflict in Canada

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On March 17th, 2014, the Mosaic Institute released “The Perception & Reality of ‘Imported Conflict’ in Canada”, a research report produced with the support of the Government of Canada’s Kanishka Project Contribution Program. Mosaic has had the opportunity to share the report’s findings at a number of different venues, including at the launch of the… Read more »

Mosaic Encourages Students in B.C. to Practice Global Citizenship

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Award-Winning Program Concludes with Celebration at Vancouver’s VanDusen Botanical Garden. On May 14, 2014, some 170 students from three Vancouver high schools participated in a final day of workshops and then a special closing celebration for the Mosaic Institute’s initiative entitled “Next Generation”: the South Asian Canadian Global Citizenship Project. The project – in which… Read more »

UofMosaic Builds Canada’s Future Global Leadership

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Launch of UofMosaic Student Advisory Committee Paves New Paths for Canada’s Future Global Leaders The Mosaic Institute believes that peacebuilding starts with strong leadership at the individual level. For that reason,  the UofMosaic – the Mosaic Institute’s specialized peacebuilding program on Canadian university campuses, made possible by support from the BMO Financial Group – launched… Read more »

Together, We Are the Canadian Mosaic

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Help the Mosaic Institute Build a Stronger Canada and a More Peaceful World The vital work of the Mosaic Institute would not be possible without you, our caring and passionate supporters. Like us, you believe that Canada’s diversity is not a challenge for the country to overcome but rather an opportunity just waiting to be… Read more »

The Mosaic Keeps Growing

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The Mosaic institute is pleased to welcome a number of new faces to its team over the summer. All of them will make important contributions to our program development, research, and communications work. Rauf Azimov is working with us as our summer Project Officer. Rauf is a third-year Political Science student from the UofT who… Read more »

“New Beginnings”: Reflections On Dialogue

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As Mosaic’s Dialogue Programming on China and Tibet comes to an end, Program Manager Tenzing Jigme shares his insights on understanding the ‘other’ and building trust Mosaic’s project entitled “New Beginnings”: Young Canadians’ Dialogue on China and Tibet project ended on a successful note in the spring of 2014. Our work engaged 240 Canadians of… Read more »

“NEXT GENERATION”: THE SOUTH ASIAN CANADIAN GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP PROJECT HAS ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL DAY IN THE VANCOUVER SCHOOL BOARD

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On April 16, 2014, the Mosaic Institute hosted Day 3 of the Next Generation version of its award-winning South Asian Canadian Global Citizenship Project in the Vancouver School Board (VSB). Nearly 150 students from John Oliver, Sir Winston Churchill and David Thompson Secondary Schools in South Vancouver attended a day of workshops centred around the theme of Investing in Our… Read more »

“Imported Conflicts” Study Featured on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Pakin

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The Mosaic Institute’s release of its groundbreaking report entitled “The Perception & Reality of ‘Imported Conflict’ in Canada” was met with significant media interest.  In addition to coverage in the Globe & Mail and the Toronto Star, the report was featured in a variety of radio and television spots, including TVOntario’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin… Read more »