The Mosaic Institute introduced documentary What is Democracy and hosted a panel discussion.
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Bursary Amount: $5,000 Deadline to Apply: Apr 3, 2019 James P. Muldoon Jr. was an independent scholar of international affairs, who’s research and writing focused on multilateral diplomacy, and global governance. Affectionately known as Jim, he and his wife Reeta Roy are great believers that every student deserves equal opportunity to thrive and be the… Read more »
While the arc of history may bend towards justice, there is nothing inevitable about progress.
The Mosaic team wishes everyone happy holidays!
On 08 January 2019, Mosaic will present the documentary film “What is Democracy?”
The Mosaic Institute is pleased to announce that Akaash Maharaj is joining us as our new CEO.
Read Vahan Kololian’s Op-Ed published in the Globe and Mail on 12 November 2018 Most Canadians are surprised to hear that Canada has the fourth highest level of gun violence amongst OECD nations. A revealing comparison is with Japan, which has an absolute ban on firearms and reports an average of 0.005 firearm homicides per 100,000 people… Read more »
The Next Generation Coach is responsible for successfully delivering the Next Generation Program to students in secondary schools. If you enjoy working with youth and believe in the potential of, and need for, youth to create social change, this position is for you. This position is based in Vancouver or Toronto and reports to the… Read more »
The Mosaic Institute is pleased to announce Michelle Cobblah as the recipient of the 2018 Muldoon-Mosaic Bursary Award. Michelle is an outstanding student in her first-year of Business and Society studies at York University. Growing up in her native Ghana, she witnessed the injustice of a female cousin who was not afforded the same access… Read more »
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