Inclusive Cafe: Deconstructing Urban Youth Violence
June 12
City Centre Library - READ-Ability Lounge

This session will focus on the issues of violence and segregation that affect the urban youth violence in Surrey and in the lower mainland. We will do this by sharing lessons and experiences from urban areas around Surrey that are dealing wit this subject with varying degrees of success.

While Surrey is rapidly growing and turning out to be one of the most diverse cities in the province of BC, there are certain challenges to be addressed within the city and to be prepared for, including urban youth violence. 

  • Tuesday June 12
  • 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
  • City Centre Library - 10350 University Drive, 1st Floor READ-Ability Lounge. 
  • Coffee and tea is served
  • Free to attend
  • Space is limited to 20 attendees. 

Moderator Admad Maaliji is a Human Resources and Development Cooperation professional with over 13 years of experience in various capacities in the public service and international organizations. 

The Inclusive City Cafes are a partnership between the Surrey Local Immigration Partnership, City of Surrey, Surrey Libraries, SFU Philosopher's Cafe, and the SFU Surrey-TD Community Engagement Centre.