Racial discrimination against Black people matters to you?
This 8th edition of National Francophone Immigration Week is an opportunity to open a dialogue on the reality of systemic racism, which many immigrants suffer and to learn about other cultures.
Building Community through Diversity !
National Francophone Immigration Week is an opportunity to bring together Francophones from diverse backgrounds and to promote dialogue.
Are you young or old or somewhere in between? Are you a Francophone or a Francophile? You’re invited, along with your friends and family, to participate in the many activities taking place right across Canada.
National Francophone Immigration Week is coordinated by the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada (Federation of Francophone and Acadian Communities of Canada, FCFA) and the country's Réseaux en immigration francophone (Francophone Immigration Networks, RIFs). Every year, during the first week of November, some one hundred local, provincial and national activities take place all across the country. They include school celebrations, workshops and training sessions dealing with immigration, and cultural evenings.
Our Families, Here and Abroad
The seventh annual National Francophone Immigration Week will highlight the importance of families, both biological and adoptive, for integrating immigrants and helping them thrive.