November 25th is the International Day to End Violence Against Women. We asked Indigenous survivors of gendered violence: What is your advice to women who are currently in situations of violence?
La CRE explique : Le plan d’action national relativement aux FFADA et aux personnes 2ELGBTQQIA+ (en anglais)
To mark The National Day of Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, we’re breaking down the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA+ National Action Plan, which came out last summer.
Over the next month, CRE will make sure that the youth we work with have all the information they need to cast their vote in an informed way. Keep an eye on our online spaces, where we will keep you updated on what each of the parties are promising in their platforms!
Looking for something to do this Earth Day? While it might be difficult to get out on the land today, why not join us as we watch documentaries, listen to podcasts and read articles that uplift Indigenous voices!
Écrit par : Jillian Collins Qu’est-ce que c’est ? Le 7 octobre 2020, le plus haut tribunal du Canada a confirmé dans…
One thing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission taught me was that before fixing a problem you have to be able to identify it as the truth...