In 1996, the UN General Assembly adopted Resolution 51/95 proclaiming 16 November as International Day for Tolerance. This action followed the adoption of a Declaration of Principles on Tolerance by […]Read More
Connecting & Counting Communities Catalyst for Peace is a project that seeks to make sure audiences and communities are recognised, represented and respected by the cultural centres they visit. Everybody Counts. […]Read More
Join us on zoom to learn about Classrooms Without Borders’ Keeping Up With Kindness program and how you can get involved! This event is for high school students only. In […]Read More
What Is Curriculum Violence?
Curriculum violence refers to the subjective curricular choices around lesson planning or learning experiences that cause a student psychological harm, intellectually and/or emotionally. These educational interactions can exacerbate historical or institutional trauma, particularly for historically oppressed and marginalized groups such as people of color, women, people of varying faith, members of the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities, dual-language learners and people from immigrant populations.
Please join us on Sept 13th at 7pm for Pulling Back the Curtain – Etty Hillesum Classrooms Without Borders is proud to partner with the Greek and Armenian Communities of […]Read More
CWB is proud to partner with Fortify Rights in an event to commemorate Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day: With Dr. Alexis Herr- Moderator Human rights violations happen every day without justice […]Read More
This was not a paradise as the word is defined “an ideal or idealistic state,” but rather a brief moment in time where life was a bit better than before, but still with hardship and hatredRead More
The tomb stones are weathered, and some have been vandalized.Read More