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Throughout the “What If I Was Wrong? When we talk, we learn!” campaign, several works of art were collected (drawings and texts). These works were made by young people from different schools as well as from various community organizations who participated in the art workshops “The Art of Self-Expression” offered at the local, national and international levels. The aim of these arts workshops is to mobilize young people from different communities to face social issues and to promote methods of non-violent expression. We consider it important to share their works in order to understand the process of critical thinking that everyone has had.

Montreal, October 2

As part of the International Day of Non-Violence, the Centre offered an art workshop to students of College Regina Assumpta.

Here is their artwork:

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Longueuil, November 22

As part of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we offered an art workshop to young people from the organization Maison Kekpart.

Here is their artwork:

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Gatineau, February 5

We offered an art workshop to a group of young people from various youth organizations.

Here is their artwork:

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