Featured Integration Practice:

The Canadian Council of Muslim Women

The Canadian Council of Muslim Women believes that “Muslim women must develop their Muslim identity while being a part of and making a positive contribution to Canadian society, and that they must provide positive role models for Muslim youth.” Several projects implemented by the CCMW include the “Being Canadian Muslim Women in the 21st Century” project that promotes leadership among Canadian Muslim women/girls and encourages then to fully participate in society; or their Muslim Youth Program (My Canada Project), a two-year project that aims at “developing a coordinated strategy that will provide opportunities for Muslim youth to strengthen their Canadian Muslim identities and increase their participation in the civic life of their communities.”

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