The Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network is funded by the Province of British Columbia and offers a province-wide approach to identifying and challenging racism.
A expansion on the Hate Crimes in BC, the Resilience BC website is built for multi language support along with a custom map and sorting functionality.
With support required for 13 languages including English, the website is built with WPML allowing for users to easily choose the language they wish to view the website in.
Please note the website is currently in the process of translations and the translated pages are unavailable at the time.
Home Page (English)
Home Page (French)
Home Page (Arabic)
With the use of WPML and Advanced Custom Fields Pro, the website is incredibly easy to edit for the user making the edits to the pages in the WordPress admin area.
Edit Screen (English)
Edit Screen (Spanish)
Edit Screen (Japanese)
On the Find Your Community Network page, a map of BC was created that not only displays the locations of community networks across BC but also displays the historical territories of the Indigenous peoples of BC.
The locations of the territories was provided by the First Peoples’ Cultural Council. I highly encourage you to check our their website to learn more.
The map utilizes Google Maps and marker clustering along with the ability to filter the numerous territories.
Centered on BC, the map markers are clustered on the first loading of page
Each pin represents a location of a community network and leads to their page on the website
Users are able to filter the territories to see which territories in their area