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IWD 2017: ‘Indigenous girls need to know they are respected, valued'


IWD 2017: ‘Indigenous girls need to know they are respected, valued': Formal hearings for Canada’s inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women are scheduled for May. How is NWAC involved and are there any concerns with how that is going?

NWAC has been advocating for this inquiry since the early 2000s. The government doesn't give the association a formal role within the inquiry, but they're still talking to us as well as other [indigenous organizations] to get an idea of what we think is needed.

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