AMCA Toronto, an association of students and friends of Croatian Universities, founded in 1990, has become the centre of intellectual life of the Croatian community in Southern Ontario (Canada). It is the largest and the most vibrant association of its kind outside of Croatia.
A widely popular, thought provoking and fun way of socializing. The Club which is open to all book loving AMCA members is meeting once a month.
Initiated in year 2012 the club accomplished numerous urban hikes within the beautiful Toronto ravines and surrounding lands. The objective is to enjoy and explore natural wonders, learn about local heritage,
enjoy the company of friends and exercise in a friendly and healthy environment.
AMCA Youth was established in summer 2012 when young Croatian newcomers joined AMCA. Members of AMCA Youth enjoy the possibility of exploring Croatian and Canadian culture through academic and leisure activities. They also provide assistance and expertise in promoting and organizing these activities.
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and community at large, to an evening with one of the leading young public intelectuals in Croatia Dr Nino Raspudic on Friday, November 8, 2013 at 8 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, at 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. This interesting lecture “Political and Social Situation in Croatia Today“, will offer an anatomy of politica
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and community at large, to an evening with lawyer Luka Misetic on Friday, October 11, 2013 at 8 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, at 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. This very intriguing lecture “Croatia After the Hague Tribunal: The Gotovina Effect”, will offer a view of general Gotovina’s lawyer, Luka Misetic, on an im