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Chuck KONKEL is a recipient of the Hong Kong Police Medal and Poland’s Order of St Brigitte - in addition to the Canada 125 medal for his contributions to the community and policing.
Chuck created Canada’s Hate Crime programme and received a number of awards including the Senate of Canada Order of Merit, for his efforts.
He has lectured regularly at the Canadian Police College and also taught at the University of Leeds, FBI Academy in Quantico & Polish National Police Academy on the subject of hate crime in the European context.
He has co-authored a major document on the abuse of human rights and the rule of law in Sri Lanka in 2008 by bringing together the Tamil Community and the Ontario Bar Association to achieve consensus on this issue.
Stan’s success as an entrepreneur did not stop him from remembering his roots and humble beginnings. All these years he understood the importance of community and therefore has helped numerous families as he continues to give back to the community and the country in general.
Mr. Muthulingam’s deeds did not go unnoticed, on October 4, 2012, on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee; he was awarded a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the betterment of our communities, province and country. It was presented by Dr. Eric Hoskins, Member of Provincial Parliament for St. Paul’s. Stan also serving as a Board of Director at Scarborough Hospital Foundation, as well as an adviser to Canadian Tamil Chamber of Commerce.
John Legge practices with an emphasis on civil litigation and family law since his call to the Bar in 1984. He completed degrees in History at Toronto and the University of Western Ontario, and in Law at UWO.
An active member of the Ontario Bar and Toronto Lawyers’ Associations and of the Royal Canadian Military Institute, John has also served as president of the University of Toronto History Students' Union, Honorary Solicitor of the RCMI, and Chair of the Board of the Ontario Safety League, where he is currently Honorary Counsel. John continues to be involved with a variety of local volunteer service organizations, boards, and charities. John is a recipient of the Canadian Forces Decoration, Toronto Police Civilian Citation, the Confederation 125 Medal, and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
He has instructed in professional and continuing education programs in Civil Litigation, Family Law and professional conduct, and has published a variety of papers in these areas. John has completed advanced courses in mediation, and has extensive litigation, general practice and alternate dispute resolution experience.
Dr. Silverman is an internationally recognized, award-winning professional journalist since 1974.
He started at Global TV as a reporter covering a variety of beats: labor, Queen's Park, military and terrorism. He was also the host writer for Code 10-78, a half hour reconstruction of unsolved crimes.
In 1981, Dr. Siverman left Global to join the CityNews business segment CityBiz and became Ombudsman Silverman Helps, in 1989. He is the author of Who Speaks for the Children Commemorating the International Year of the Child and wrote Voices of a Lost Generation, focusing on child welfare.
Dr. Silverman has also had experience as an entrepreneur, and was at one time the deputy director of the Institute of Race Relations, London. In 2008, he was appointed to the Order of Ontario.
Served as a president of OCTSA (Ottawa Carleton University TSA) and President of Ottawa branch CTSA (Sports Association).
Almas Jiwani, President of UN Women Canada National Committee and CEO of Frontier Canada Inc, is a fiercely vocal and internationally renowned champion for gender equality and women’s social, economic, and political empowerment. She spearheads the initiative of corporate growth in relation to humanitarian development.
A model of perseverance and determination, Ms. Jiwani’s efforts to strengthen women’s economic capacity as entrepreneurs and producers have earned her accolades. She plays a crucial role in building networks among charitable institutions and socially responsible businesses.
Ms. Jiwani is a powerful and influential speaker and she continues to travel across the globe to deliver keynote addresses, speeches, and presentations on improving the status of women. She addressed over 400 parliamentarians from 42 countries on the benefits of economically empowering women and the roles and responsibilities of parliamentarians at the International Assembly in the Dominican Republic and Quebec City.
Kajeevan is a financial analyst with Softchoice and was a former team leader for CHRV’s human rights committee.
Todd Ross is the Director of Community Development and Partnerships at Casey House, Canada’s oldest free-standing HIV/AIDS hospice. Prior to Casey House, Todd has held senior positions in the Ontario government and has worked as a public affairs consultant specializing in Aboriginal Affairs, Energy, Environment, Finance and Health Care.
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Currently at York University, completing a degree in Psychology. Dayana is the youth leader/member for Oolagen (Bridging the Gap) and TTSA.
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Team Leader Praba is an operation manager for large groups of legal profession for the last 10 yrs.His passion is in mobilizing the community, bridging the barriers between the law enforcement agency and legal authorities, serving and addressing the local human rights issues as well as the international human rights issues, human rights violations that are strategically touched up on individuals daily living standards
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Pratyusha Muskula is currently a Intermediate/Senior Teacher candidate at York University. Pratyusha graduated with Environmental Science specialized honors from York university. She is very much interested in education on sustainable development and research on environmental issues. She is committed to create awareness and respect for diversity, equity and differences within the new generation.
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A professional accountant by profession, Jeya has always been a community volunteer and activist. He had previously served as the sports-coordinator for Tamil Students Association of University of Ottawa as well as numerous other positions within the association. He always believe that collaboration of uncorrupted minds can bring out the peace and restore justice throughout the world.