What is the Anti-Terror Bill?
Caregiver Connections Education & Support Organization (CCESO) invites you to a free webinar on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 8:00 PM EST (5:00 PM PST).
The title of the "Anti-Terror Bill" alone does not tell us what it really means. This is why we made an effort to invite the prominent Filipino Human Rights lawyer, educator, and advocate, Atty. Jose Manuel "Chel" Icasiano Diokno, J.D. to discuss it with us.
He serves as chairman of the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) and the founding dean of the De La Salle University College of Law. He also served as special counsel of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee.
We are hoping that you would join us in our attempt to understand thoroughly the underlying effects and consequences of this fundamental issue in the lives of our friends and family back home.
To RSVP: please contact Marlyn or Juli
CARE WORK STORIES: DIGITAL EDITION
SUNDAY JUNE 21, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST
A discussion with Filipino Care Workers and allies to explore their long history fighting for (and winning) human rights in Canada. Register online at https://rb.gy/nsujtc
Migrant Care Workers are more than the "care" they provide to children, the elderly and our most vulnerable family members. Their stories are complex and as varied as the people who live them - past and present.
Kwentong Bayan Collective hosts a discussion with Filipino Care Workers and allies to explore their long history fighting for (and winning) human rights in Canada. We will learn about the recent movement that boldly calls for "Full Immigration Status for All".
We will meet artists who support migrant communities to tell their stories. And listen to the personal stories of Migrant Care Workers whose labour is currently keeping communities safe during COVID-19.
On June 14th join the Migrant Rights Network as they launch a campaign by over 40 migrant-led and allied organizations for full immigration status for all: www.MigrantRights.ca/June2020
Join a massive digital and social media gathering of migrants, poor and working class people, and allies. The global COVID-19 pandemic has proven that migrants are essential to our communities, but are exploited and excluded. Together, migrants from across Canada will raise our voice for healthcare, decent work, family unity and equal rights for all.
Actions will take place all day on social media and in the streets, learn more and get involved: https://migrantrights.ca/june2020
* Smartphones - apps, changing settings, security issues and other troubleshooting issues
* How to write resume on Word or alternative free doc programs
* Staying safe online and on social media
* Setting up basic websites and designing flyers
* Using collaborative applications
* Connecting Bluetooth devices
* Uploading media to the cloud like photos or contact information
* How to locate your phone if it gets lost
* Laptop support - updating your OS, accessing VPN, anti-virus support
We’ll cover these topics and more!
This free event is designed for the Migrant Care Workers / Caregiver community. Registration is required. For more information, contact CCESO.
ACCESS INFO: Parkdale Project Read is accessible to people using wheelchairs, scooters, and other mobility devices. Front door equipped with access ramp and power-assist button. No stairs. Gender-inclusive and accessible bathroom is equipped with assist bar. Please come scent/fragrance free.
Light Refreshments provided. On-site child minding support available.
Please join us for Re-Imagining Stories of Care Work - a collaborative storytelling and audio-visual art performance about the invaluable contributions of migrant caregivers to Canada’s social, economic, and political past, present and future.
Collaborative storytelling by Caregiver Connections, Education & Support Organization (CCESO) and audio-visual art performance by Kwentong Bayan Collective. With support from Karen Ancheta, Storyteller/Facilitator and Leon Aureaus, Artistic Director, Carlos Bulosan Theatre. Presented by the Myseum Intersections Festival.
Sunday March 10, 2019
Stories of Care Work Performance: 1-3 PM
Stories of Care Work Reception: 3-4 PM
24 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
Closest Accessible subway is SPADINA.
FREE EVENT. Donations accepted.
Limited seating, please RSVP via Eventbrite:
Barrier free venue with seating area available for people in wheelchairs or with disabilities upon request. Washrooms are accessible. If you have any additional requirements or need additional assistance, please email Myseum at: email@example.com and we will do our best to accommodate.
From Spadina Station. Go north on Spadina Road to the next intersection on Lowther Avenue. Spadina Theatre is on the west side of the street. Use lower entrance with wheelchair access ramp.
There are several public parking lots close by, including:
Green P Parking, Carpark 231, at 19 Spadina Road and on-street parking all around.
Re-Imagining Stories of Care Work is part of Myseum Intersections, an annual festival that explores intersectional perspectives of Toronto through FREE collaborative exhibits, events, workshops, and tours.
Check out the full program at: http://www.myseumoftoronto.com/program/myseum-intersections/
Please note that there will be photography taken at this event.
Caregiver Connections, Education and Support Organization (CCESO) presents:
on May 18, 19, & 20, 2019
Long weekend (Victoria Day)
Day 1: Toronto-Kingston - Ottawa: Parliament Hill - Civilization Museum. Montreal: Dinner - Hotel Accommodation: SANDMAN or similar
Day 2: St. Josephy Oratory - Norte Dame Basilica - Olympic Stadium (Montreal Tower) - Montreal (Lunch) - Quebec: Old Quebec City Sightseeing. Hotel Accommmodation: UNIVERSEL or similar
Day 3: Quebec City - Brunch - Thousand Islands Boat Cruise - Toronto
Limited Seats! Reserve NOW!!!
Price: Adult/Child $260 - Quad Sharing, $325 - Double Sharing. Inclusive of transportation, 2-night hotel accommodation & gratuities.
Please note that a 50% down payment is required to reserve a seat. Full payment should be given on or before April 30, 2019. For more information & payment arrangement, please call Mildred.
1. Admission to show tickets
2. All personal expenses
3. Admission fees to: (optional)
- Canadian Museum of History (Civilization Museum), Adult: $20, Child (3-12): $12
- Montreal - Montreal Tower, Adult: $23.25, Child (3-12): $11.50
- 1000 Island - 90 minute Cruise, Adult $35, Child (3-12): $22.50
Caregiver Connections, Education and Support Organization (CCESO) offers free programs, events, and activities that support caregivers, newcomers, and migrant workers.