At the Centre for Intercultural Education, we achieve our mission through strong collaborative relationships with our clients and stakeholders. Through our intercultural focus, we engage multiple networks of organizations and individuals and seek to build relevant and meaningful intercultural solutions. We strive to enhance the effectiveness and resiliency of our clients and stakeholders.
Alberta Teachers of English as a Second Language
Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT)
CASLT offers direct support to second language teachers, provides a professional networking community to second language educators and presents a pan-Canadian view of second language education issues.
Edmonton Mennonite Center for Newcomers
Working together for full participation, the EMCN offers English language, community and career development services for newcomers to Edmonton.
Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI)
The Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI) is a private, nonprofit foundation designed to foster an awareness and appreciation of cultural differences in both the international and domestic arenas.
The Interchange Institute is a not-for-profit research organization established in 1997 whose mission is to promote dialogue and facilitate understanding between people who move to a new country and their new communities.
The Metropolis Project
Metropolis is an international network for comparative research and public policy development on migration, diversity and immigrant integration in cities in Canada and around the world.
MultiCultural Health Brokers Cooperative
The MultiCultural Health Brokers Cooperative supports immigrant and refugee individuals and families in attaining optimum health through relevant health education, community development and advocacy.
Centre for Race and Culture
The Centre for Race and Culture is dedicated to fostering racial harmony and social justice through education, intervention and community support. Our success is based on strong commitment to capacity building within a hands-on learning environment.
Racism Free Edmonton
Racism Free Edmonton is a collaborative group of 14 Edmonton organizations that have come together to build a racism free, inclusive community that respects cultural diversity. Racism Free Edmonton represents six priority areas: education, employment, housing, media, policing and justice, and youth. Racial barriers negatively affect the opportunity for equal participation in economic, social, cultural, recreational and political life.
Teachers of English for Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
TESOL's mission is to develop and maintain professional expertise in English language teaching and learning for speakers of other languages worldwide.
Teachers of English as a Second Language in Canada
Volunteer Alberta encourages the establishment of Volunteer Centres in Alberta's communities to serve volunteer engaging organizations in a broad range of sectors, including: health, recreation, arts, sports, faith, community development, and social services.