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This network brings together municipalities that want to improve their policies against racism, discrimination, exclusion and intolerance. Its strength lies in the shared experiences of its members. Together, the municipalities undertake initiatives to eliminate all forms of discrimination with a view to building open and inclusive societies.  

The Network in Canada

In Canada, 73 cities are members of the Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination (CCMARD). They advance initiatives to:

  • improve their practices to promote social inclusion
  • establish policies to eradicate all forms of racism and discrimination
  • promote human rights and diversity

The cities follow through on the Coalition's commitments for respecting, protecting and promoting human rights and diversity.

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Read about the International Coalition of Inclusive and Sustainable Cities - ICCAR, launched by UNESCO in 2004.

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