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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women/Girls - What Can Law do?


3:30pm
- 5:00pm
Saturday March 22 2014

Venue: Victoria College, University of Toronto
Address: 73 Queen's Park Crescent
Cost: --

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Panel discussion with Christa Big Canoe, Naomi KweAudrey Huntley and moderator Kim Stanton (LEAF)

This is part of the Law Union's annual conference and open to all. 

Join us to discuss the increasing rates of violence affecting Indigenous women, girls, two-spirited and trans people. 

Do we need a national inquiry or a popular one led by Indigenous women? What recourses exist for family members in their interactions with the system?

 

Organizer:Audrey Huntley

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