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News and Events

News and Events

SALCO’s Executive Director was awarded Ontario’s Victim Services Awards of Distinction for 2021

SALCO received ECOSOC Status as an accredited NGO with the United Nations in 2022 and will be participating in Canada’s upcoming review at the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – check out of latest submission

SALCO is currently working on a series of events to highlight South Asian connections to Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous communities in Canada

SALCO is working to release a series of videos in multiple South Asian languages on the basics of employment rights in 2022

SALCO is working with the Anti-Hate Coalition on improving outcomes from hate crime/hate incidents for South Asian communities

SALCO is working with the Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change on E.I. Reform – check out latest submission 

Seeking Directors for SALCO’s Volunteer Board of Directors

If you are interested in becoming a board member please apply via e-mail by October 10, 2020. South Asian Legal…

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Interested in becoming a SALCO Board Member?

To become a SALCO member, you will need to complete our Membership Form, pay the membership fee, and mail it…

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In Solidarity, the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario.
BlackLivesMatter SouthAsians4BlackLives

Stand Up to Racism, South Asians: The South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario (SALCO) Calls OnSouth Asians to Stand Up…

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Last Tweets

She went from undocumented to undeniable. “I’m still fighting, but now it’s for other people in my situation to get health care,” - All people in Canada should have health care. thestar.com/news/canada/20… via @TorontoStar

About 2 weeks ago from SALCO's Twitter via Twitter for Android