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Content Canada

Launched in 2018, Content Canada brings the media industry together to learn, inspire, network and get business done in Toronto during the Toronto International Film Festival. This grant supported Muslim screen-based professionals to attend 2023 Content Canada.

Muslims in Media

Muslims in Media supports productions and offers professional development opportunities for artists working on nuanced depictions of Muslim life.This grant supported MIM to host Muslim House at the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival, which brought together Muslim creatives from across the country for networking and panels.

Teesri Duniya

Teesri Duniya Theatre is dedicated to producing politically relevant plays that explore life-affecting issues faced by people today. Teesri aims to uplift the voices of historically marginalized communities by making the space for their cultural experiences to be reflected on our stage. This grant supported the ‘Gaza Dialogues’ event.

Canadian Association of Black Journalists

Founded in 1996, Canadian Association of Black Journalists (CABJ) strives to advance the work of Black journalists and media professionals in Canada. This grant supported CABJ host an event to honour Mary Ann Shadd Cary’s legacy and its implications for the future of Canadian journalism.

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival is a unique showcase of contemporary Asian cinema and work from Asia and the Asian diaspora. This grant supported a screening of An Act of Worship, as well as a post-film workshop.

Ontario Nonprofit Network

Ontario Nonprofit Network is the independent network for Ontario’s 58,000 nonprofit organizations. The organization engages with members to address issues and to ensure the voices of our communities reach governments, funders, and other stakeholders. This grant supported Nonprofit Driven 2022, an annual public policy conference.

Noor Cultural Centre

The Noor Cultural Centre aims to be a centre for Islamic practice and learning, and celebration of Islamic culture, while respecting the diversity in peoples and religions as directed by the Qur’an. This grant supported the “Islamophobia Is” video project.

Women in View

Women in View is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to strengthening gender representation and diversity in Canadian media both on screen and behind the scenes. This grant supported the annual Women in View Report.