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The Justice4Reel Creative Lab will take place December 6-8, 2018 in Edmonton, Alberta. This three day event will bring together a team of 12 filmmakers from across the Prairies and Territories to learn, collaborate and create media for social change.
This workshop will engage participants in dialogue on current issues and identify strategies to affect strengthening schools to ensure quality education for all and safe and healthy school environments.
Join a team of youth from diverse backgrounds to come together and learn about our shared history and build skills to educate others on the realities and manifestations of colonization.
Held in commemoration of International Human Rights Day, these awards are meant to recognize those in our community who are actively promoting, fulfilling, protecting or educating on human rights, and making our communities a place where all belong, are included and able to participate.
In this workshop, you will gain a deeper understanding of the Charter provisions that support us in our relations with police.
This workshop will provide advocates with a deepened understanding of human rights and health, build an understanding of the Alberta Health Charter, role of the Advocate and provide strategies on how individuals can self advocate in this system.
This 3 day event will highlight the talent of Canadian filmmakers who are focused on exploring themes connected to social justice, human rights and grassroots activism.
This workshop, facilitated by Rocky Ward of Native Counselling Services, will provide community advocates with skills in understanding how to support community members as active and appreciative listeners.
This full day workshop will provide advocates with an understanding the architecture of rights and the mechanisms that exist for human rights complaints to be heard provincially, federally and internationally.