As parents, we can help our children to learn more about each other, to be respectful in different ways than ours, and to marvel at diversity.
While we are watching TV with our children, we may ask them questions like:
We share with you our favorite cartoons and movies. Stay tuned for new additions and leave us a comment.
Documents and texts to know more about inclusion, schools and children:
(Some of these resources are only available in French)
16 pages of activities, 10 themes and a panoply of customs and traditions to discover about Mexican culture.
The Aztecs, Mayans, Wixárica (also falsely called “huicholes”), Chontales, Otomíes and other peoples and cultures are all present in the Chilpalivre to share their traditions with you!
A coloring book and activities not to be missed!
We share with you small capsules to learn more about diversity and inclusion.
(Only available in French)
Intercultural skills develop through practice, just like the body when we want to get in shape. We invite you to dive in and question yourself. We can learn about each other, to be respectful of different ways of thinking and acting, and to marvel at diversity.
We can ask ourselves questions like:
We share our discoveries with you to inspire you and thus grow together as humans.
Tshishe Mishtikuashisht – Le petit grand européen
(In French) Documentary on Johan Beetz, a Belgian aristocrat who one day decided to land on the North Shore, the European fell in love with the region and remained there the rest of his life.
Je m’appelle humain
(In French) Innu poet Joséphine Bacon shows us the places that have marked her past.
(In French) Through drama workshops and theatrical productions, teenagers newly arrived in Montreal share the story of their migration and integration. They speak of their journey with disconcerting wisdom.
Here are the organizations and people from here and elsewhere who inspire us in our work.
We hope they inspire you too.