Recap | Dialogue Session #2

“Policing is an institution that is always a little bit behind the times when it comes to diversity and human rights. We’ve done a much better job in the last 10 to 15 years, but there’s still a long way to go.” – Peter Sloly, Former Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service It seems as if the media has Continue reading Recap | Dialogue Session #2

Launch: NOISE 4.0 Welcome Event

On September 23rd, 2015, NOISE hosted their first event of the year, ‘NOISE 4.0 Welcome Event’. The room was filled with over 45 new and returning youth fellows and a few guests. The evening included engaging and fun activities and a bit of competition to raise the excitement. NOISE Fellows (Youth, BSWs and MSWs) started introducing themselves to the large Continue reading Launch: NOISE 4.0 Welcome Event

A Beautiful NOISE

Not so long ago, the NOISE project was a hope, an idea with no people.  No people = no NOISE.  Over the last nine months, students from Emery Collegiate and York University have worked together with Social Work Faculty members and alumni to bring NOISE to life! In small groups, what we call “pods”, NOISE fellows have developed new relationships Continue reading A Beautiful NOISE