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& Advocacy

Our goal is to equip individuals and organizations with the tools and skills they need to create powerful narratives that drive social change.


We are dedicated to using our platform to amplify underrepresented voices and to collaborate with organizations and individuals who share our vision for a more just and equitable world.


Together, we can harness the transformative power of digital storytelling to catalyze social progress and create a better future for all.

National Arts Centre - Artist Mentorship Program Showcase
Black Theatre Workshop Media and Storytelling Training 


Black actors, writers, directors and other theatre professionals were selected from across the country to participate in a mentorship program. Borderless Films provided storytelling training to help the artists enhance their personal stories and amplify their voices.

Women in Communications and Technology Masterclass Series 


The Women in Communications and Technology — National Capital Region (WCT-NCR) Peaks and Valleys Masterclass documentary series aims to help women reach their career goals, no matter where in the journey they are and what their current reality looks like. By exploring the life stories/chapters of six inspiring women in tech, communications and business, the series follows their unique career journeys with invaluable tips on how to navigate the peaks and valleys you may encounter along the way.

Empowering Immigrant and Refugee Seniorsthrough Storytelling


“A Colourful Life”, is collection of poems and stories written by immigrant seniors from the creative writing class for seniors at Immigrant Services Calgary. This book is a result of a collaboration between Immigrant Services Calgary and Mount Royal University. Over 12 weeks, professors and students from Mount Royal and immigrant seniors worked together to write and craft stories about the topic of home. This project was made possible through the City of Calgary – Your Local Government family & community support services. 

Peacebuilding through Film & Media Training for Bosnian Youth 

The Mostar Summer Youth Program (MSYP) is a free summer educational program that provides youth aged 14-19 from Mostar and the surrounding area with opportunities to improve their self-confidence and key skills. The program empowers participants in their educational, social and professional ambitions, by connecting them with organisations and businesses working in and around Mostar. MSYP aspires to be a hub for youth leadership, volunteerism, and entrepreneurship.

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