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Need volunteers for JHC Casino Event - Monday September 30 & Tuesday October 1, 2019.
This afternoon workshop will provide advocates with an introduction to the architecture of human rights and the mechanisms that exist for human rights complaints to be heard provincially, federally and internationally.
Stories that Weave Us, our mural for Kingsway transit centre, reflects on the histories of three Edmonton faith communities; Temple Beth Ora (Jewish), Shiloh Baptist Church (Christian) and Al Rashid Mosque (Muslim).
Invitation to Youth Gathering! August 12-15, 2019 at Sanctum Retreat, Sundre Alberta.
Roots 4 Change strives to address key issues related to bias, racism, exclusion and marginalization in the education system. There is no cost to attend, ages of 14-20 years.
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!