Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre Inc.
10:00 am to 3:00 pm 119 Sutherland Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba
Workshop facilitators will review the Anishinaabe Life Model and its application in strengthening program development skills and an understanding of the Ojibwe worldview. Participants will learn about pre-contact philosophies and practices inherent in the Ojibwe language and how they can be applied to contemporary life.
Facilitators: Albert McLeod and Roger Roulette (Ojibwe Language Specialist)
Registration email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fee: $100.00 Payable by cash or E-transfer
Contact: Text: 204-330-8671 www.albertmcleod.com
The 2nd Canadian National Fatherhood Conference is for anyone interested in engaging fathers in their community with services, programs, or resources. The conference goal is to help you provide fathers with the knowledge and support needed around the healthy development of children.
The 2nd Canadian National Fatherhood Conference will call together workers, clinicians,
practitioners, managers, and researchers from across Canada to present and share their work with fathers. In particular, this year’s focus will encourage discussions about fathers at risk:
It will connect people by creating much-needed networking around engaging fathers-at-risk in programs and communities. It will inform people by focusing on practical and researched-based father involvement information. It will mobilize people through ideas and the momentum of conversations about fatherhood.
For more information, contact email@example.com
New report launch - Finding Her Home: A gender-based analysis of the homelessness crisis in Winnipeg
March 8, 1:30-3:30 pm
Circle of Life Thunderbird House
715 Main Street, Winnipeg
Presentation and panel discussion
Please RSVP by March 6th to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-927-3200
Childminding available - please register 204-927-3200
Over 100 years since some women got the vote in Manitoba, homelessness unfortunately is a reality for women in our community. This research brings a gender-based analsysis to the homelessness crisis to better understand women's experiences and what women identify is needed. Researchers conducted interviews with 30 women who’ve experienced homelessness in Winnipeg and 10 key informants working in this area. The information was analyzed and the report includes recommendations for action. The report is peer reviewed.
Advising the report are leaders from Ma Mawi, North End Women’s Centre, North Point Douglas Women’s Centre, West Central Women’s Centre, End Homelessness Inc and the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg.
Thank you to the funders: the Province of Manitoba through NA!, United Way Winnipeg, End Homelessness Inc, Assiniboine Credit Union and the Manitoba Research Alliance.