“Diversity is Canada’s Strength” FCJ Refugee Centre and its partners celebrates unity in diversity on the street
Toronto Canada, July 14, 2018- Nowadays, there are millions of people on the move around the world — they fled their country of origin in search of a better life. Canada is one of the countries which welcome refugees regardless of their religion, color, ethnicity group and any other barrier to promote human values.
FCJ Refugee Centre is one of the leading agencies in Toronto in walking with refugees side by side, helping them in make them enjoy their time and feel at home in their new community.
Every year FCJ Refugee Centre celebrates diversity and the welcoming spirit of Canadian society through an inclusive street party to build one community.
Performing live music at the party. FCJ Refugee Centre partners with artists who entertained participants and bring the smile to the face of uprooted people.
Earlier, a painter donated a series of his painting reflecting the situation of people on the move.
Participant enjoying their time dancing to entertain themselves and the audience at our special summer celebration.
A woman embraces her baby at FCJ Refugee Centre Diversity Celebration
Volunteer at FCJ street party doing face painting. Participants’ kids were exciting lining up to have their “happy face”
Children were also having fun at the Bounce House Castle.
Draw and craft session for children to enjoy their time at the party.
A girl child smiles while she receives toys during the FCJ Refugee Centre street party.
Loly Rico, co-director of FCJ Refugee Centre, talking to Julie Dzerowicz, Member of Parliament for Davenport. The refugee issues are always a theme of conversation during the street party.
FCJ Refugee Centre team actively serving lunch during the street party.
Two young children enjoy the nice weather on the grasses after spending their time playing while their parents attend the street party at FCJ refugee Centre.