The Café Graffiti’s mission is to provide a living environment for youth. They can
gather together to discuss and find
a sympathetic ear to their needs. In addition, the Café Graffiti ensure the professional recognition of young
artists while helping them to
fight against their exclusion.
Head & Hands we envision a society in which all youth are participants and
are inspired by the endless possibilities available to them. Our mission is to
work with youth to promote their physical and mental well-being. Our approach
is preventative, inclusive, non-judgmental, and holistic, with a fundamental
commitment to providing an environment that welcomes youth without
discrimination. We facilitate social change and the empowerment of youth based
on their current needs within our community and society at large.
ATTAC-Québec makes a work of outreach and action for fiscal justice,
against tax havens and to impose a tax on financial transactions to curb speculation and build a fund for development assistance. In 2003-2004,
ATTAC campaigned against the General Agreement on Trade in Services
(GATS/WTO), which is part of a vast international
mobilization of many social
actors demanding a moratorium on
the GATS and the
absolute exclusion of public services
of its perimeter.
TheRegroupement d’éducation populaire en action
communautaire des régions de Québec et Chaudière-Appalaches (RÉPAC) brings together some forty community
groups sharing practices of autonomous popular
education and a commitment to social
The Centre résidentiel et communautaire Jacques-Cartier was founded in
1992. It is a democratic living environment
BY and FOR young people where, beyond the
mutual help, each young person is
invited to solidarity in the context of a more just and responsible society. Everyone is invited, with
all its color, originality and ideas,
to take his place in the community. Projects developed are based on the values of participatory democracy, equality,
respect for people, sustainable
development and social and
Born during the
Oka crisis in 1990, the Regroupement de
solidarité avec les Autochtones played a central role, on the one hand, to testify the existence of a fringe sympathetic to Native people in Quebec society and, on
the other hand, facilitate dialogue between Québec civil society and rights defense movements of Native people.
Progressively, the Regroupement de
solidarité avec les Autochtones was born and continued its activities by relying on the mobilization and involvement
of many people.
in collaboration with Solidarité Union Coopération (SUCO), Outils de
paix (Montreal), the Centre d'information et de documentation sur le Mozambique et l'Afrique australe (CIDMAA) and Vidéo Tiers-Monde (VTM).
SUCO's mission is to foster a better contribution and
influence of disadvantaged people on their development through capacity-building
and support the establishment of a participatory democracy that respect people people
and its environment. It also contributes to the commitment of Canadian
populations in solidarity actions through better knowledge of the realities and
challenges of international development. She
in agricultural development.
Outils de paix is a
network of community organizations whose
aim is to develop skills of
peace in communities, in order to prevent violence and deal with its many manifestations. To achieve this goal, these
organizations are mobilizing to support
the community in the
implementation of citizens' initiatives to prevent violence. This
initiative of the Montreal community
gathers more than a dozen organizations with unique expertise in the field of prevention and intervention in situations of violence.