Dec. 10: Gall Conference on Children's Rights
November 27, 2014
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2014
JOIN US IN A CONVERSATION ON CHILDREN'S RIGHTS IN ALBERTA AT THE 2014 GALL CONFERENCE
Putting Children First
2014 Gall Conference: a Focus on Children’s Rights
Third Annual Gall Conference is intended for anyone with an interest in improving the well-being and ensuring the fulfillment of children's rights in our community.
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Location: ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Ave
We have a limited number of sponsored spots. Please apply online at registration.
IF YOU HAVE ANY DIFFICULTIES WITH ONLINE REGISTRATION, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM HERE AND SEND TO US.
HR Fac is Back! Training starts in January
November 21, 2014
Human Rights Facilitator Training Program
The John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights is once again offering our Human Rights Facilitator Training Program. During this 12 week program, participants will discuss relevant human rights issues while exploring how these issues are at play in our community and what our role can be in affecting positive change. Participants will become familiar with human rights law and international declarations, learn facilitation skills and have an enhanced capacity to become community leaders with human rights awareness. Local guest speakers will compliment participant efforts to guide one another through experiential dialogue based sessions to learn and explore facets of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Program Date: Every Thursday Evening at 6:30-9:00pm on January 15th – April 2nd
Registration Deadline: Monday, January 5th
For more information contact Carrie at email@example.com.
Location: to be confirmed
*The Human Rights Facilitation Training Program has become a very popular program for the John Humphrey Centre and we strive to make this program accessible to anyone who is interested in participating. We have a limited number of sponsored or subsidized spaces available – please let us know if the fee is a barrier for your participation.
Join 2015 Peace-Builders in #YEG!
November 20, 2014
Peacebuilders is an engaging and transformative leadership program, aimed at building a movement of socially conscious and engaged young people committed to building communities of inclusion, dignity and peace.
Through a community agency study tour and dialogue series, young people (16-28 yrs) will explore, and gain a greater appreciation for, Edmonton’s diverse cultures, perspectives and ways of being while debating critical issues in the community.
Peacebuilders will meet, engage with, and learn from members of various social, ethnocultural and faith communities; reflect on key issues related to diversity and human rights; and, explore Canadian history, identity and values.
A dialogue to action process will be facilitate new relationships while engaging participants in collective conversation and change-making.
As Peacebuilders, participants will play a critical role in advancing the voice of Edmonton’s youth on issues related to diversity, inclusion and human rights and will work together to build an Edmonton where the rights and dignity of all are respected and upheld.
Community agency visits and dialogues will be held weekly on Tuesdays from 7:00-9:00pm starting January 13th-April 7th. Locations will be confirmed and communicated in January. Participants are responsible for their own transportation. There is no fee for the program. Contributions are welcome.