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APJ’s First Graduation Ceremony

Earlier this summer, the 7th grade students at the Academy for Peace and Justice had their first graduation ceremony. It was the culmination of a great first year of school for all of the APJ students. Excitement and elation surrounded the day as students received recognition and awards for both
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Cristiano Ronaldo supports APJ!

Cristiano Ronaldo, the world’s most charitable sports star and top scorer for Real Madrid, is teaming up with APJ to help us establish a sports program at the Academy for Peace and Justice by giving one lucky fan their dream day at El Clásico: Real Madrid v. Barcelona! The campaign
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Together We Will Go Far

Thank you Toronto! An impressive 1.2 million dollars was raised at the sixth annual Bovet 1822 and Artists for Peace and Justice 2015 Festival Gala held at Casa Loma. Co-Chaired by Natasha Koifman and Sylvia Mantella, the event was co-hosted by an influential team of artists, actors, and philanthropists, including
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Save the Date! Announcing the 2015 Festival Gala

We’re thrilled to announce that this year’s 2015 Festival Gala will be held on Sunday, September 13. For the past four years, APJ’s annual event has become a mainstay during the Toronto International Film Festival, acquiring a strong following of philanthropists, businesspeople, film stars, directors, musicians, and artists from around the
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Work Hard, Play Harder

Our students love learning new things in and outside the classroom! And this past month they had the perfect chance to do just that! On April 18th, Dean Jacobs, a professional soccer player turned coach and educator, visited our Academy For Peace and Justice in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.   Dean Jacobs
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Brilliant & Beautiful Women – Visits to the Academy for Peace and Justice

Seven brilliant and beautiful women came to Haiti to visit the Academy for Peace and Justice, the St. Damien’s Children’s Hospital and Cite-Soleil, one of the poorest slums of the Western hemisphere. The students were extremely inspired by these successful women and leaders who shared their experiences. These extraordinary women
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