OUR TIME IS NOW!

In March 2022, Canada’s Black communities will converge in Halifax for the third instalment of the National Black Canadians Summit, organized and hosted by the Michaëlle Jean Foundation. Since the last Summit, we have met with federal ministers to present our strategic action plan that has informed policies and directed and positively impacted Black lives in Canada. Our unified demands for greater accountability and recognition of the contribution of Black Canadians have been heard – and will continue to be heard – at all levels of government. Join the Summit to have your voice heard!

INVITATION TO THE THIRD NATIONAL SUMMIT OF BLACK CANADIANS

PRESENTING SPONSOR

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YOU WILL BE HEARD!

The National Black Canadians Summit, organized by the Fondation Michaëlle Jean Foundation under the auspices of the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent: Recognition, Justice and Development (2015-2024) is a major event and mobilization that bring together Black Canadians from all ages, sectors and walks of life to share their experiences, raise awareness and spark a very inclusive national dialogue

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THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS

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THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS

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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 programmes 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.” - - The United Nations

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