2014 in Review
We extend appreciation to everyone including our collaborating partners, supporters, members and the general public who attended our public events. Our events including: the AGM, public forums, presentations, deputations, attendance at social justice events, video screenings, and awards dinner were meaningful, purposeful, relevant, engaging and effective in the public interest of advancing positive race relations in the GTA and beyond. Our goals were achieved, but we have much more to do – and we look forward to your continued support in 2015!
2015 will be the 40th Anniversary of the UARR and we encourage you to keep visiting this site for an even more exciting social media presence that celebrate our past and look ahead to our future in championing harmonious relations and social cohesion across the full diversity of Toronto and its intersections.
The UARR website was viewed over 25,000 times in 2014. Thanks to everyone who supported us and visited our social media and digital networks including our website, Twitter and Facebook for up to date information on compelling issues of the day pertaining to equity, diversity, inclusion, human rights, social justice, police accountability and gender-based violence prevention in Canada and beyond.
– Gary Pieters, President, Urban Alliance on Race Relations
Enjoy the slideshow of selected photos from our community engagement in 2014