Langara College invites you to join an evening of Inspiring Stories of Resilience. Langara College will be hosting a special evening with keynote speaker, Shakila Zareen, who will be sharing her incredible story of bravery. In addition, they will be hosting a panel of speakers featuring Friba Rezayee, whose advocacy has given her the opportunity to speak at the House of Commons.

Tickets are still available. Please see their Website for more information.

 

May 17, 2022

Langara College – A Night of Inspiring Stories of Resilience

Langara College invites you to join an evening of Inspiring Stories of Resilience. Langara College will be hosting a special evening with keynote speaker, Shakila Zareen, who will be sharing […]
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IRCC – Businesses offer jobs for Afghan newcomers

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ISSofBC – Afghan Resettlement to BC: Key Figures

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