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Calling all Aboriginal Youth – Name Our Conference!

WIN AN IPOD TOUCH!!

Name Our Conference!

WHAT IS THE CONFERENCE ABOUT? The Native Women’s Association of Canada and the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation are co-hosting a National Aboriginal Women’s Conference focused on addressing violence against Aboriginal women and girls. This conference is a call to action and will identify the gaps in services, what’s working and the positive steps needed to make a difference.HOW DO YOU PARTICIPATE???
Send us a paragraph or two that describe your ideas on action to end violence against Aboriginal women and girls. Include positive words that will inspire us for change! Send us your Name, Contact Information, and Age along with your submission.

COAST SALISH ELDERS will work with your submissions to interpret and translate them into to a final name for the conference.

TOP TWO ENTRIES WILL WIN AN IPOD TOUCH 8G with a connection to the FirstVoices app!

Dead line for entry is February 21, 2011

ROMY PRITCHARD
Email: [email protected]
Ph. 250-356-0714
Fax: 250-387-0887
Mail: Romy Pritchard
MARR
PO Box 9100
Stn. Prov Gov’t
Victoria, BC V8W 9B1
National Aboriginal Women’s Conference

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