At IECC, we advocate the human rights and freedoms of immigrants by educating the public on the importance of cultural diversity and inclusion in Canada and by fighting against racism, discrimination, bullying and discrimination. sexual harassment in the workplace, school, health system and justice. IECC also organizes cultural and sporting activities for all members of immigrant communities in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario in order to foster positive interaction between members of different cultural, racial, religious and ethnic communities and in order to promote intercultural and interfaith dialogue and understanding.
We also promote anti-bullying laws and regulations, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in the Workplace, in Schools, in Health and Justice Systems Across Canada and Around the World to Prevent Cases of Abuse and Violations Against Refugees, displaced persons and immigrants, and towards members of black communities. IECC works closely with school boards, employers, government, non-profit organizations and volunteer lawyers, human rights organizations and social workers to provide support to victims and initiate disciplinary actions or legal proceedings against the authors of incidents.