April
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Is Canada an inclusive nation when some communities suffer more violence than others?

Recent research has established that there are disproportionate rates of violence of crime against Indigenous women and girls. Are we a truly inclusive nation when there are communities that suffer more violence than others?

On Friday, April 21st, join UNAC Calgary  for an evening with courageous leaders who have spent their lives advocating for human rights,  empowering women, and educating people on the importance of inclusion for all regardless of gender, or race.

Speakers

Elder Doreen Spence, Traditional Healer, Registered Nurse, Developed the UNs Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People

Gabrielle Scrimshaw, Activist, Entrepreneur, Co-founder &   President of Aboriginal Professional Association of Canada

Nicole Robertson, President & Chief Communications Specialist Muskwa Productions & Consulting

Friday, April 21, 2017 | 6:00 to 8:00 PM
Sandman Hotel City Centre | 888 7th Avenue SW Calgary, 2nd Floor
Followed by Reception & launch of International Blue,
UNAC Calgary’s academic journal
Moxie’s Lounge (2nd Floor) | 8:15 to 9:00 PM

Tickets are $20 per person.
For full event details and to RSVP please visit: scrimshaw-and-reception.eventbrite.ca

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UNA-Canada Calgary Branch About UNA-Canada Calgary Branch
Our mandate is to engage and educate Calgarians in the work of the United Nations with a particular focus on environmental and human rights issues. We partner with local organizations to engage Calgarians in the work of the United Nations.

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