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National Black Canadians Summit, Halifax 2022

THIS IS THE INTERNATIONAL DECADE FOR PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT. 2015-2024 
 

The World is listening. Your voice will be heard. Action will be taken.

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#OURTIMEISNOW!

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The National Black Canadians Summit #NBCS2022 is powered by the Michaëlle Jean Foundation aligned with the three pillars of the International Decade (2015-2024) for People of African Descent: Recognition, Justice, Development. It is a major mobilization event, bringing together Black Canadians from all ages, sectors, and walks of life to share their experiences, raise awareness, and spark an inclusive national dialogue.

Read our press release.

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Invitation from the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean

 

On the eve of Emancipation Day, communities in Canada will converge in Halifax for this third edition of the Summit. With an anticipated 1,200 participants, this is one of the largest gatherings of its kind for Black Canadians. During this Summit, many participants will witness the “Halifax Declaration” a powerful statement of Canada’s commitments and actions to eliminate systemic racial discrimination.

 

​Your experience matters. Our time is now.

Please note that the Summit will be held from July 29 to 31, 2022.

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˝At the national level, states should take concrete and practical steps through the adoption and effective implementation of national and international legal frameworks, policies and programs to combat racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance faced by people of African descent, taking into account the particular situation of women, girls and young males˝

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International Decade for People of African Descent, United Nations 

About The Fondation Michaëlle Jean Foundation

 

The Fondation Michaëlle Jean Foundation (FMJF) is a national charitable organization created as the term of the 27th Governor General of Canada (2005–2010) concluded.

 

Amplifying Youth Voices

 

The mission of the Foundation is to be a catalyst for social change by creating programs that give youth a platform to amplify their voices.

 

​This year, our objective is to create real awareness of the shared responsibility to act against exclusion and racial discrimination, the effects of which have a devastating and pernicious impact on the whole of society. Because eradicating racism and its devastating impact on our society must matter to all.

 

Together we are stronger.

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