Your Voice is Important!

Your Voice is Important!

Public Safety & Anti-Racism

In consultation with Albertan’s earlier this year, the Alberta NDP Caucus heard from Albertans that policy development is most needed within education, health, economic participation, public safety, community services, and democratic participation.

Based on that work, we have developed policies in each of those areas that will actively work to eliminate exclusionary practices. Before we propose these policies to the Alberta Government for urgent implementation, we are asking Albertans to share their feedback once again.

In continuation with the series, the Alberta NDP Caucus will be hearing from community leaders, advocates, and organizations involved with diverse communities across the province about our policies for the area of Public Safety.

This third installment, Your Future, Your Voice: Public Safety & Anti-Racism, will be held on Saturday, February 6th, 2021. The Alberta NDP will continue to hold space for all Albertans concerned with approaching diversity and inclusion through an anti-racist practice.

We will be joined by executive director of Bent Arrow Healing Society Cheryl Whiskeyjack & racial justice community activist Hannan Mohamud along with MLA Irfan Sabir (critic for Justice) and various other members of our caucus.

 

Your voice is important and invaluable. Please register here to join the conversation.

This is a free digital event. You will receive a secure Zoom link a few days prior to the event date.  

** If you require special assistance or accommodations to be made for the duration of the event, please send an email to labiqa.nazar@assembly.ab.ca prior to February 1st 2021. We will do our very best to ensure all possible accommodations are made. 

Agenda: 

9:30am - Registration

10:00am- Opening Remarks

10:45am - Guest Speaker - Hannan Mohamud

11:15am - Policy Discussion 1

12:15pm - Lunch Break

12:45pm - Guest Speaker - Cheryl Whiskeyjack 

1:00pm - Policy Discussion 2

2:00pm - Next Steps

2:30pm - Closing Remarks