Best Practices is part of an exciting educational program sponsored by the CRRF to gather, document, and celebrate innovative approaches to promoting harmonious race relations. By Best Practice, the CRRF means a program, strategy or initiative.
Each Best Practice is then submitted for our Awards of Excellence, which pays tribute to public, private and voluntary organizations whose efforts represent best practices in building an awareness and understanding of Canadian values and identity that are reflective of Canadian diversity. The Awards event, and the positive attention leading up to it, put positive race relations in the spotlight by featuring the best practices of forward-thinking and innovative companies, organizations and groups.
|2014 Best Practices | Community | Songs of Freedom receives 2014 Best Practice Honourable Mention|
|2014 Best Practices | Community | Anti-Racism Community Development|
|2014 Best Practices | Aboriginal Peoples | Nurturing Capacity|
|2014 Best Practices | Youth | Compassionate Leaders Project|
|2014 Best Practices | Government/Public Sector | Welcoming and Inclusive Communities (WIC)|
|2014 Best Practices | Education | Indigenous Blacks & Mi'kmaq (IB&M)|
|2014 Best Practices | Corporate | B.O.L.D.|
|2014 Best Practices | Community | OCASI Accessibility Initiative|
|2014 Best Practices | Aboriginal Peoples | We are All Treaty People|