Programs and Services

For Youth & Schools

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Workshops are the cornerstone of our programming. We pride ourselves on starting a dialogue with youth, and catalyzing their action to address discrimination and promote diversity in their schools & communities.
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Jer's Vision's anti-bullying conferences program empowers youth and promotes diversity across Canada. Every year, nearly 20 conferences are organized, with themes such as anti-discrimination, anti-homophobia, anti-transphobia, and intersectional anti-violence. Find out how YOU can participate in and support these skill-building and youth-based events!
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Jer’s Vision is proud to present the third Canadian Youth Forum and Conversation on Sexually Transmitted & Blood-Borne Infections (STBBIs). This national conference invites youth leaders from all over Canada to understand the relationships between STBBI transmission, bullying, and discrimination.
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Jer's Vision and the DTSO: GSA Forum invites 100 students from across the Greater Toronto Area to participate in a week long training event at Glendon College (2275 Bayview Ave, Toronto, York University) from May 13-17, 2015.
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NOTE: Rainbow Write's 2014 program is currently completed. Rainbow Write is a free, 12-week writing program for queer, trans* or questioning youth aged 13-19. The program is co-founded by Luna Allison and Lukayo Estrella, and sponsored and funded by the Ontario Arts Council, Jer's Vision, and Planned Parenthood Ottawa.
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In Communities

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Day of Pink is the International Day against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, and Transphobia in schools and communities. We invite everyone to celebrate diversity by wearing pink and organizing activities in their workplaces, organizations, communities and schools.
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Jer's Vision uses art as an interdisciplinary tool to educate about diversity. Through our theater and visual arts programs, we invite youth to better understand the experience of discrimination through the perspective of an audience and participant.
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This event will be Canada's National Gender and Sexual Minorities Service Providers' Summit. The event will bring together organizations in 2014 for professional development, networking, and sharing of best practices and resources.
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Full service Graphic Designer! Do you need posters, postcards, social media promotional images, or conference booklets? Working at a non-profit rate, I’m happy to help.
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Professional Development

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Jer's Vision is proud to work with community organizations, associations, unions, businesses and government to promote equity and inclusion. Our workshops effectively engage participants in truly understanding the importance of celebrating diversity and creating a workplace of respect.
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Awards & Scholarships

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The Jer's Vision Visionary Award recognizes community leaders who have done something incredible and inspiring to promote diversity in their community. Previous award winners include: Matthew Good, George Strombouloulous and the Hon. Hedy Fry.
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The scholarship recognizes youth who have demonstrated a commitment to their school or community in addressing issues of discrimination. Applications for the award are due annually on Aug 15th. The award is open to students entering or currently enrolled in post-secondary education.
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Jer's Vision & the Embassy of the Netherlands are proud to present: Jer's Pink Tulip Grant: Canada's first grant for schools to run diversity and human rights events in their school. These 250$ grants are now seeking applications--so apply NOW. The deadline for application is Oct 18, 2011; with successful recipients to be notified on Oct 21, 2011.
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