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TESTIMONIALS

 
 

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AUBREY HAS CHANGED MANY LIVES AND IT SOUNDS LIKE MANY MORE LIVES ARE STILL YET TO BE CHANGED BY HIM FOR THE BETTER.

- Kevin Frankish (City TV / Breakfast Television Legend)

ABOUT AUBREY

Aubrey Noronha (NA-ROW-NA) is a recognized Character Education and Safe Schools Speaker who believes in the possibility of a safer and more emotionally connected school culture. Through his Hello Hope Canada programs, Aubrey seeks to instill his hope for the future into the minds and hearts of youth and caring adults.


As a child & youth counsellor and seasoned Restorative Practice facilitator, Aubrey has worked with youth, families and professionals in schools, prisons and treatment facilities for over 16 years. As a former crisis negotiator, and Critical Incident Stress Management facilitator Aubrey’s expertise, passion, and candour flow through his workshops and will leave students and adults feeling encouraged and equipped to make their school and community safer one day and one decision at a time. 


Aubrey is also a recording artist. He has sung duets with John Legend, Foo Fighters and Adele ... while listening to them on his headphones during his evening jog.

For more about the mission and vision of Hello Hope Canada click here.

 

IN THE PRESS

 
 
 

PROGRAMS

**ALL PROGRAMS CAN BE DELIVERED ONLINE OR IN-PERSON**

COLOUR BLIND?

WHY BEING "NOT RACIST" IS NOT ENOUGH

TARGET AUDIENCE : Middle/High School / Youth Groups / Camps and Retreats / Parents / Professionals / Educators

Testimonials: "Aubrey, you rock! Thanks so much for your presentation; it was funny, relatable, informative and pushed the envelope in a sensitive way. I loved the segment on the different kinds of privilege and the other analogies you used. You made the concepts very accessible and easy to understand”

It's not just OK to discuss topics related to skin colour but it is now more important than ever that we come together to discuss them. It will not always be pretty but it is worth it!

LEARNING OUTCOMES INCLUDE:

A youth-friendly primer on conscious and unconscious bias, the evolution of the word "racism" and what "systemic" really means

An awareness that we all have "skin in the game" of identity politics figuratively and quite literally

A call to and practical steps for transforming one's self from being a "non-racist" to an "anti-racist"

HELLO HOPE:

BATTLING LONELINESS & ISOLATION

BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER COVID19

TARGET AUDIENCE : Middle/High School / Youth Groups / Camps and Retreats / Parents / Professionals / Educators

We now have more ways to stay in touch than ever yet many people are lonelier than ever. This program focuses on getting us from mere contact to authentic connection with others.

LEARNING OUTCOMES INCLUDE:

A word of relief and encouragement with strategies to tackle stress and anxiety during and after a pandemic 


The scientific connection between social media, empathy and the health benefits of face to face interaction


Explore how the term "friendship" has been downgraded with technological and social media advances


Practical take-aways on how to create stronger bonds with family, friends and communities 

GIRL UP:

WHY THE WORLD NEEDS YOU TO

THINK, FIGHT & FLY LIKE A GIRL

TARGET AUDIENCE : Middle/High School / Youth Groups / Camps and Retreats / Parents / Professionals / Educators

Doing things "like a girl" is a good thing. This presentation is a call to action for girls to hold their space, use their voice, and challenge the status quo.

LEARNING OUTCOMES INCLUDE:

Hear power profiles of women and girls around the world who have taken their place as leaders and heroes in their communities and be inspired to do the same


How to identify the influencers in our lives and establish boundaries that put us in control


A deep dive into increasing our mental wellness and uncovering the truth about ourselves

MAN UP:

BEING A REAL MAN IN UNREAL TIMES

TARGET AUDIENCE : Middle/High School / Youth Groups / Camps and Retreats / Parents / Professionals / Educators

A no-joke conversation about the reality of the male influence on culture, the opportunity to use that influence for good, and practical tools to do it solo or with a squad.

LEARNING OUTCOMES INCLUDE:

Building an awareness of how toxic masculinity impacts behaviour and shapes culture

A call for each participant to assess and own the impact of their decisions from moment to moment 

Practical ways that male influence can foster gender equality and a safer school community

 

AUBREY'S BLOG

 

ABOUT HELLO HOPE CANADA

Aubrey Noronha founded Hello Hope Canada with one objective: to introduce as many people to the power of hope as possible. ​


We have hope that boys and men will increasingly partner alongside girls and women as peers and will be protectors of the vulnerable members of society.


We hope to increasingly foster gender equality and encourage girls and women in their identity as the leaders and heroes they are in the world.

We have hope that a society with racist and even "non-racist" ideas will eventually be outnumbered by courageous and caring anti-racist ideas and people.


We have hope that human connection will grow and thrive in our technological age and will replace despair and loneliness with increased empathy and care for our communities.

Through his passionate, energetic and strength-based programs, Aubrey hopes to bring this message to as many youth, families, educators and professionals as possible. Here's hoping.

 

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