This session aims to remind stakeholders of our role as Treaty people as well as ensure a community response is grounded and centred in the Indigenous experience and
This session aims to remind stakeholders of our role as Treaty people as well as ensure a community response is grounded and centred in the Indigenous experience and perspective. Participants will reflect on key areas of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Calls to Justice of the National Inquiry for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls that are relevant to discussions around hate, racism and discrimination.
MORE ABOUT THIS SERIES:
Please join us for a series of gatherings to bring together a diverse range of stakeholders from in and around St. Paul and area with a goal to building stronger relations and strengthening our collective response to hate, racism and discrimination in our community.
This is an invitation to those working at the grassroots. at the frontline in agencies, emergency response, law enforcement, academics, legal field, public sector and organizations. We welcome all who care about confronting these issues and who are ready to work together for a stronger, more inclusive, and welcoming community for all.
Partners in Building Relations:
John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, Alberta Hate Crimes Committee, Mannawanis Friendship Centre, Portage College Public Legal Education, Reconciliation St. Paul, Tribal Chief Ventures Inc., REACH Edmonton
Sessions will be held online via Zoom every second Thursday from 3-5 pm starting on May 13 2021.
(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-06:00) View in my time