Ruckus! was conceived as a forum for high school youth, educators and community partners across the GTA to be able to mobilize around various anti-oppression and youth issues.
Youth Action Network (YAN) was founded by motivated high school students in 1989. Among its many accomplishments, YAN started Youth Week in 1995, an internationally recognized event; and established Ruckus! which is now an award winning anti-oppression and youth activism conference for youth and allies. Ruckus! was first coordinated in 2001 and has been nationally recognized by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation for excellence in the promotion of Anti-Racism and Equity.
As one of Canada’s first youth-led charities, Youth Action Network empowers youth and their allies to take an active role in social change through education, action and resource development. YAN is committed to pioneering meaningful leadership opportunities for youth, supporting grassroots youth-led efforts, and providing resources to youth to help facilitate their initiatives. YAN’s vision is a critically conscious society where youth and their allies are actively engaged in working for social change in their communities.
Youth Action Network (YAN)
Panel discussions and events
plus our Keynote: Desmond Cole
for students to grow and learn.
Contact Us at YAN (Youth Action Network), Empowering youth to take action in their communities!
The Ruckus! Youth Conference is an annual two day conference that engages youth in Toronto to question, critique, mobilize, debate, learn and act with the issues around them.
Taking place on April 28th, 2016 at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Our 2016 conference promises to be a great success – attracting a diverse community and featuring a broader spectrum of speakers, workshops and creative skills building sessions. We would also be pleased to discuss.
Office: 1489 Dupont Street,
Toronto, ON M6P3S2, Canada
Event: 252 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S1V6, Canada
416-368-2277 Rehaana Manek x306