Toronto For All is a public education initiative to generate dialogue among Toronto residents in order to create a city that says “no” to all forms of discrimination and racism, including systemic racism. Want to help? View the campaigns below to get the knowledge and skills you need to identify, question and challenge systemic barriers through a multi-staged conversational approach.

Confronting Antisemitism

The current campaign focusses on antisemitism and will run until October 2022.

Undocumented Residents

Learn what it's like to live as an undocumented resident and what you can do to make Toronto more inclusive for them.

Anti-East Asian Racism

East Asian communities are being scapegoated because of misinformation and stereotypes associated with the coronavirus and incidents of anti-East Asian Racism are on the rise. Learn more about the impact and how to become an ally.

Anti-Black Racism & Mental Health

Toronto is home to Canada’s largest Black community, yet anti-Black racism and its effect on mental health is largely misunderstood and least recognized. Learn more about its impact and how you can become an ally.

Anti-Ageism in the Workplace

Older adults are less likely to be hired, receive training and experience more discrimination than their younger colleagues. Learn how you can combat ageism in the workplace.

Disability Awareness & Inclusion

While the majority of Torontonians understand and support the values of diversity and human rights, accessibility and inclusion of people with disabilities are often overlooked. Get resources and learn more about disability awareness and inclusion.

Intimate Partner Violence

Intimate Partner Violence is one of the most common forms of gender-based violence. Learn how small, frequent and meaningful actions can be helpful to someone experiencing abuse.

Indigenous Peoples of Tkaronto

Toronto has the largest Indigenous population in Ontario and the fourth largest in Canada. Learn more about Toronto's Indigenous heritage and the resilience of Indigenous Peoples in Toronto.

Trans Youth of Colour

Trans youth of colour are part of Toronto’s LGBTQ community yet they are underserved and often experience neglect, bias and violence because of transphobia and racism. Get resources and learn more about these issues.


Toronto is one of the most diverse and welcoming places in the world, but some Muslims still experience harassment. Find out how you can get involved in combating Islamophobia.

Anti-Black Racism

The City is working with Toronto's Black communities to advance the removal of systemic barriers for Black Torontonians.


Homeless men are among the most vulnerable residents in Toronto. Learn about how the City is providing enhanced support to men experiencing homelessness.

About Toronto For All

Public Education to Support Civic Resiliency

The initiative is a municipal tool that supports the civic resiliency for all Toronto residents. Civic resiliency is the capacity of a group of residents or community to adapt to the evolving complexity and diversity of their social environment by building good relationships and viewing these changes as a strength. Civic resiliency can be measured in residents’ awareness of – and engagement with – the systemic barriers that exist for people in their environment due to group membership. Implicit biases, negative attitudes, stereotypes and prejudices negatively impact our civic resiliency.

The City, as the government closest to residents, must lead public dialogue that can support the civic resiliency of Torontonians for the benefit of all Toronto residents. The initiative is also designed to support customer service improvement efforts across all City divisions by equipping staff to better understand their own biases or stereotypes that may prevent them from providing the best service to Torontonians from equity-seeking groups.