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Celebrating a Shared Commitment to Inclusive Communities

On December 13, 2018, United Nations delegate Estrella Merlos, Associate Director, CIFAL Global Network and Project Lead, Road Safety presented York Region Council with a ceremonial key from the United Nations and the flag of the UN as a symbol of our partnership. The Inclusion Charter for York Region continues to be a leading model for inclusive communities.

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) International Training Centres for Authorities and Leaders (CIFAL Atlanta) has participated in the Charter initiative since May 2017. They recognize the Inclusion Charter as a leading practice model that communities around the world could use to become more inclusive.

York Region is committed to a welcoming and inclusive community where diversity is celebrated and where everyone can develop to their full potential, participate freely in society and live with respect, dignity and freedom from discrimination. To learn more about the Inclusion Charter, visit York.ca/inclusiveyr or follow the conversation on social media using the hashtag #InclusiveYR



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