Over the past month, three new members have likely joined the Afro Youth Summit. It brings to 60 the number of organizations part of this network that work for black communities’ socio-economic development. These are the Youth Support and Support Center, Alter-Action Jeunesse, and the Haitian Association of Quebec.

The Afro Youth Summit promotes collaboration between the leaders of organizations, association leaders, and partners from black communities as part of its strategy to develop young people in our communities.

As Mr. Guiteau Athé, president of the CAEJ, points out, we will be able to do great things through synergy and the pooling of efforts. Mr. Ormeus, one of the leaders of the Alter-Action Jeunesse organization, also believes that collaborating with the Summit is an optimal way to share knowledge to achieve common objectives.

A look at our new members

The Youth Assistance and Support Center (CAEJ) is a Canadian non-profit charitable organization that offers a support and social reintegration program for young orphans.

Alter-Action jeunesse is committed to promoting the reduction of the age-related social divide and the social inclusion of young people from racialized populations in Montreal.

The Haitian Association of Quebec (AHQ) is a non-profit organization that has worked for more than 40 years in Quebec City by organizing activities open to the entire population of Quebec City, mainly within the framework of Black History Month and Quebec Intercultural Week.