The 360 Project
Addressing Racism in Toronto
The study focused on two highly vulnerable and marginalized groups in Toronto: the Somali Canadian community and racialized LGBTQ persons who are homeless. The 360 Project has two objectives: First, to review the current needs, challenges, and opportunities facing vulnerable communities to effectively address racism in the City of Toronto.
This review intends to identify the advocacy structure and model which can effectively respond to issues of access, equity, and inclusion confronting equity-seeking groups in the city. Second, to aid the strategic planning of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations to enhance its organizational capacity in responding to the city’s diverse population.