The Together Project Webinar

We are proud to be hosting Together Project’s Co-Director, Andrew Lusztyk. In his presentation, Andrew will be speaking about Together Project’s Welcome Group Program- and the value it adds in the process of integrating refugees into the communities.

Canada’s 2016 Fort McMurray Wild Fire Evacuation

Join our QED July webinar talking on Canada’s 2016 Fort McMurray Wild Fire Evacuation and the experiences of the Muslim community.With Dr. Aida Mamuji, Professor of disaster and emergency management at York University.

Social Services and Webinar in Artificial Intelligence

Join us on Saturday June 23rd at 10 AM to participate in a live webinar with Prof. Muhammed Y. Idris. To talk about the Social Service in the age of artificial intelligence, a topic that is coming relevant to the time we are living in.

SMARTT (Social Mobility APP For Refugees, Trust and Transition)

Professor Christopher Kyriakides, Canada Research Chair in Citizenship, Social Justice and Ethno-Racialization, in collaboration with the Al-Qazzaz Foundation for Education & Development is giving a talk about an APP made for refugees to living their life easier with the use of technology.

Syrian Newcomers Iftar

Al-Qazzaz Foundation is pleased to announce the Syrian Newcomers Families’ Iftar during the month of Ramadan. It is a way of bringing the community together ; and makes them feel the support of the QED team behind them.

QED Youth Empowerment Event

The QED intern team is getting ready to launch our Youth Led Project: the Q2 Youth Empowerment Program.

Syrian women’s group fends off trauma of war through therapy

Inside the cozy basement of the Arab Community Centre of Toronto, a small group of women get together for tea, snacks and conversation.

Al-Qazzaz Foundation for Education & Development | Sarah Attia & Bayan Khatib

The foundation aims to foster equity of access and outcome for underprivileged communities. We sit down with Sarah Attia and Bayan Khatib to talk about the foundation’s work.

Former political prisoner Khaled Al-Qazzaz overcomes trauma by giving back

‘I can relate to the suffering. I can relate to people who have missed out on family, on real opportunities’

Stay Connected

Al-Qazzaz Foundation for Education & Development
2640 Bristol Circle Suite 150, L6H6Z7, Oakville
Ontario, Canada
Tel: 289-652-1510
Email: info@qed.org

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