Status of Women Council of the NWT
Status of Women Council of the NWT

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Family Violence Awareness Week
Oct
16
to Oct 22

Family Violence Awareness Week

October 16- October 22, 2017

A whole week of activities will be planned throughout the NWT to talk about family violence. The theme this year is around healthy relationships and healthy communication.  Stay tuned for events in  your area.  More information to follow.  Check out the Family Violence Awareness Week tab under projects for more information, funding and resources. 

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Take Back the Night
Sep
21
6:00pm 6:00pm

Take Back the Night

September 21, 2017

Thursday, September 21st at 6:00pm, Somba K'e Park, Yellowknife residents are invited to march together and raise their voices to help stop violence against women and children in the streets. .

The official starting place for the march begins at City Hall and will proceed through the downtown.  It will end in front of the Greenstone Building. Participants are encouraged to bring drums, pots, pans and banners to the march.

Hosted by The Status of Women Council of the NWT.
Advertising sponsored by The Public Service Alliance Of Canada North NWT Regional Women's Committee.

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YK Women's Dialogue
Sep
6
7:00pm 7:00pm

YK Women's Dialogue

Arlene Hache is the North Slave representative for the Status of Women Council of the NWT and is looking for information from your.

"YK Women's Dialogue is an opportunity to inform that Status of Women Council of the NWT about your issues and priorities over the next year. As the representative for Yellowknife sitting on the Status of Women Council it is my goal to create an open and ongoing dialogue for change." - Arlene Hache


Hosted by Arlene Hache, North Slave Representative for the Status of Women Council of the NWT

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Sharing Circles
Aug
30
4:00pm 4:00pm

Sharing Circles

Finding the strength to move forward.  Guest speakers will be sharing their stories.

Dates: August 28, 29 & 30, 2017
Time: 4-7pm
Where: Main Post Office - 2nd Floor

There will be refreshments available.  Everyone is welcome to join us.

Hosted by the Native Women's Association of the NWT, MMIWG Family Support Liasion Unit. 

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