Cohesia ceased operations on September 29, 2023, but its programs, products and services for strengthening social cohesion continue to exist.
Cohesia is proud to see its work continue, thanks in particular to other nonprofits that have taken up the torch:
– The Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) is carrying out studies on the state of social cohesion between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in New Brunswick;
– The New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC) ensures the future of the Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism (EDIAR) services and the Social Cohesion Lab For Youth;
– The Atlantic International Passport Rotary Club has been entrusted with the Public Dialogues program, the Dialogue Day concept, and the Dialogue Communities program.
– The Fondation Communautaire de la Péninsule Acadienne (FCPA) is taking the necessary steps to continue the project to incubate an association for non-profit organizations in New Brunswick.
– EL2ES Inc. has been entrusted with the educational materials developed as part of the Dialogue Schools program.
– New Brunswick African Association continues the mission of the Coalition for Action Against Racism in NB.
– The office of the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick, the Honourable Brenda Murphy, holds the material related to the Lieutenant-Governor’s Dialogue Award.
For more information, please consult :
– Our annual report 2022-2023
– Our key figures 2018-2023
– Balance Sheet in Figures 2018-2023
– Our latest press release: “Cohesia’s flame will continue to shine”.
This website will be officially closed on November 30, 2023.
We would like to thank all our partners and stakeholders, all the organizations that have placed their trust in us, and of course, all of you who have accompanied us over the years.
Cohesia has taken its leave, but its flame remains in the hearts of all of us!
The Cohesia team