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The John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights is proud to announce their ReconciliACTION Youth Conference, such will be led by youth and aims to promote Truth and Reconciliation in Edmonton, on May 24th and 25th, 2019.
We will learn about and explore what community members should do if they are stopped by the police in a bar, car, on a street or in a school. We will also gain insight into search warrants.
On May 17th, a team of artists will start painting the third Paint the Rails mural at Kingsway/RAH Transit Centre; a collaboration between John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights (JHC) and Edmonton Transit Service (ETS).
In this workshop, you will gain a deeper understanding of the Charter provisions that support us in our relations with police.
Come connect with local Youth, Elders and Knowledge Keepers during a 2-days conference. Take a look at the program; it’s time to take action to Promote Truth and Reconciliation!
Our Mission: Advancing a culture of peace and human rights through education and community building guided by the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Come connect with local Youth, Elders and Knowledge Keepers to learn more about our shared history on Turtle Island, and collaborate build relationships. Take Action to Promote Truth and Reconciliation in your community!
“Basic needs need attention. They are our basic human rights. We are moving to privatization: giving our basic needs such as housing to private entities which should be taken care of by the government.”
Community Stories & Dialogue on Historical Moments
Share a Meal together
Come join a team of awesome youth to learn more about our shared history on Turtle Island, and help plan a ReconciliAction gathering for youth on May 24th and 25th!