CRRF Bilingual Roundtable: Le Vivre Ensemble”…Mais Pour Qui Et Comment? Naviguer Les Droits de la Personne a Montreal / “Living Together”…But For Who and How? Navigating Human Rights in Montreal


Thank you to everyone who attended our Roundtable on December 10th. The goal of the Bilingual Roundtable, held with The Centre for Civic Religious Literarcy, was to examine human rights in Montreal. Community leaders were invited to bring and share their resources for the public on a "resource table."

To protect human rights, the event aimed to help attendees:

  • Understand and discuss the experiences of Montrealers who may not experience the principles of “vivre ensemble,” especially in relation to race, gender, and religion, among other aspects;
  • Work together to find solutions to this exclusion;
  • Learn about existing resources and ways to prevent and respond to the injustices and discrimination people may be facing; and,
  • Create partnerships and meaningful exchanges and dialogues between community members affected by and responding to this issue.

This event was a chance to refocus on International Human Rights Day (December 10).

Please click here for the event report. 

Our Roundtable Featured:

Moderator: Dr. Sabrina Jafralie, CCRL Co-founder and Director of K-12 Education

Panelist: Ms. Hanadi Saad, Director, Justice Femme

Panelist: Dr. Hicham Tiflati, Quebec CCRL, Regional Director 

2019 Montreal Roundtable Photos

DSC 1017  DSC 1056  


DSC 1066  DSC 1072  


DSC 1133

In partnership with: 

ccrl logo

  • Last modified