Our Impact

The Rivers of Hope Toolkit has been accessed across Canada and the United States. Our workshops have been facilitated with hundreds of students and community members in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.  

The Rivers of Hope Workshop was very eye opening... 

the presentation itself makes me want to take action.

This presentation encouraged me to look beyond my own race, culture and identity, to be able to be open and educated on others because many of us do face the same struggles on a day to day basis and we could possibly all help each other in some way.  

                                             

- Grade 11 Student, TDSB

In the News

Rivers of Hope's work has been profiled on the news in Canada and the U.S. Our Core Team members have also had their individual work featured in various media outlets. 

The Globe and Mail. October 27, 2017.

I wear a niqab: 'It is my choice, that's the point of being a feminist'

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The Sisters Project - Aima

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VICE News Canada. January 20, 2018. 

Islamophobic Incidents Against Muslim Women in the GTA

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U of T News. January 26, 2018.

Islamophobia in Canada: Muslim Students Share their Personal Experiences

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OMNI Television. March 18, 2018.

Islamophobia Toolkit Designed to Empower the Targeted

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CBC Radio - Out in the Open. March 23, 2018.

Reaction to false hijab attack jeopardizes real work being done to end violence against Muslim women

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The Tempest. March 27, 2018.

How to survive the invisible parts of Islamophobia as a woman, according to this Muslim researcher and activist

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The Village Voice. July 25, 2018.

The sexual assault epidemic no one is talking about

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MuslimGirl. May 2018.

What is gendered Islamophobia? Sidrah Ahmad explains

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TVO. January 29, 2019.

Islamophobia is on the rise. How do we build a hate-free future?

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This Magazine. February 13, 2020.

The Exhaustion of Empowerment

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