Do you know an organization doing great things to promote London as a diverse and welcoming community?
The City of London, together with the London Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Oppression Committee, is now accepting nominations for the Diversity, Race Relations and Inclusivity Award
If you know an organization, group or youth that deserves to be recognized for their contribution in promoting public awareness and initiatives of diversity, anti-racism, inclusivity and human rights in London, consider nominating them today.
This annual award recognizes and celebrates the contributions that make our city a welcoming and inclusive community through five categories:
- Small businesses/small labour (49 or fewer employees/members)
- Large businesses/large labour (50 or more employees/members)
- Social/community service not-for-profits/small labour (49 or fewer employees/members)
- Social/community service not-for-profits/large labour (50 or more employees/members)
- Youth/young adults groups or organizations
Nominations are being accepted until September 30, 2019 and can be made by any individual who works or resides in London. Nominations are reviewed by the Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Oppression Committee and recommendations are then made to Municipal Council for consideration.
Recipients will be presented with awards by Mayor Ed Holder, on behalf of City Council, on December 10, Human Rights Day.
For more information and to submit a nomination visit london.ca/DRRIAward.