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Our programs are designed to address barriers to social inclusion in employment, education and the broader social context.

We help participants of the program develop and maintain positive peer and professional mentoring relationships that will positively impact the career trajectory and social status of the participants of the program through:

Early Leadership

Early intervention leadership development for girls ages 8-17.

Middle Years Leadership Incubation

High school students ages 15-19. Interested in learning about the Model United Nations environment.

Professional Support

Up to 35 year old, professional development programming.

  • Fortifying Black Futures Through Real Time Actions
    Fortifying Black Futures Through Real Time Actions
    Actively participate in discussions and initiatives focused on developing effective strategies to address unemployment, promote economic growth, and establish sustainable livelihoods in Black Canadian communities.
  • Black Diplomats Academy Global Summit
    Black Diplomats Academy Global Summit
    This hybrid event offers an unparalleled opportunity to connect with influential diplomats, thought leaders, and change-makers from around the globe. Whether you're a seasoned professional or an aspiring diplomat, this summit is a must-attend for career growth and global impact.
  • Black Futures
    Black Futures
    1st Session of the Permanent Forum for People of African Descent debrief
  • The Black Diplomacy Global Summit
    The Black Diplomacy Global Summit
    The Black Diplomacy Global Summit is a culmination of the activities of the Black Diplomats Academy. Each year, the Summit features knowledge exchange about the Decade for People of African Descent, activities and policy recommendations relating to the development of the newly formed United Nations
  • Canadian Black Representation in Global Diplomacy: Lessons from the Field
    Canadian Black Representation in Global Diplomacy: Lessons from the Field
    Celebrate Black History Month with us as we kick off our virtual event in partnership with Global Affairs Canada and CIBC.
  • Addressing the Disparities Amplified through the Pandemic: Join us for the virtual Women of Influence Unmasked Event; Moderator Karlyn Percil sits down with Candies Kotchapaw, Dr. Pam Palmate & Dr. Wendy Cukier for a candid discussion on how to build a better, more inclusive future.
  • We provide mentorship and developmental opportunities to Black youth by fostering strong relationships with elders to support skill-building and collaborative community-based knowledge sharing.
  • We amplify the diverse community voices to ensure we remain connected to the pulse of Black communities and remain focused on the issues that matter most.
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  • Cybersecurity
    Introduce BIPOC youth to basic cybersecurity principles in the most fun and engaging way possible
  • #LeadLikeaGirl
    Provides girls ages 8-17 with the opportunity to build and expand their leadership, confidence and self-efficacy skills.

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