Confronting Racism In Durham

DRUHC Program Launch

The Durham Region Unemployed Help Centre (DRUHC) is excited to launch ‘Confronting Racism in Durham’, a new project funded by Canadian Heritage as part of its national Anti-Racism Strategy. 

The Confronting Racism in Durham project aims to raise awareness of the impact of overt, unconscious and systemic racial discrimination to employment and career advancement opportunities within the region.

 

The project will partner with service providers, job seekers, employers and racialized communities represented within the region to identify discriminatory practices and collaborate to develop strategies to confront them and to advance Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within Durham Region.

 

To keep you informed about the project and other anti-racism initiatives and resources within the region, we will be publishing an informative and engaging monthly newsletter. The first edition of the Confronting Racism in Durham newsletter will be available in February 2022. Click to subscribe.

 

We look forward to your input, support and partnering with you through this project.

 

 

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