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The Yeg Dignity Campaign toolkit aims to challenge perceptions of poverty and look forward to how Edmontonians can rally together to protect and support all in the community to belong, participate and live a life of well-being.
On June 10, Do The Rights Thing, a quarterly film screening exploring human rights issues, will screen We are the Roots by Shiloh Centre for Multicultural Root. The film tells the story of a wave of African American immigrants who moved to Alberta and Saskatchewan between 1905-1912 in search of a better life.
Join a provincial network of human rights defenders in St. Paul. As a Stride Advocate you will learn skills in advocating for human rights and supporting community members and grassroots agencies in addressing issues of racism, discrimination and/or barriers to access.
This full day training will equip you with a understanding and knowledge of victim’s rights and how these rights can be applied to support victims of crime.
Join us for our circle with Edmonton's Chinese Community on June 03, 2018 at the Chinese Benevolent Association of Edmonton (9645 101A Ave NW, second floor. No elevator available), 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.