National Family and Survivors Circle welcomes release of the National Action Plan on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ People
On Thursday, June 3, the National Family and Survivors Circle (NFSC) will join the Government of Canada and Indigenous organizations to mark the release of the National Action Plan on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ People (NAP).
The NFSC hopes the NAP signals a long-term commitment from the Government of Canada to be accountable and follow through on its obligations to engage in this work with the full inclusion of families and survivors.
Thursday, June 3rd
11 AM EST
Held virtually: Webcast link
French line: 1-888-265-0903
English line: 1-877-413-4815
The event will be live-streamed. Following the event, representatives of the National Family and Survivors Circle will be available for interviews following the event, including co-chairs Hilda Anderson-Pyrz and Denise Pictou Maloney.
About the NFSC
The NFSC is composed of Indigenous women and 2SLGBTQQIA+ families and survivors with lived experience who use their expertise to advocate and provide guidance on pathways for the full inclusion of families and survivors in the work to end gender- and race-based violence.
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Caitlin Kealey, MediaStyle