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By: Karolyn Coorsh
Date: February 24th 2016
Source: CTV News
An annual report by human rights watchdog Amnesty International has put the spotlight on the rights of Canada’s indigenous people, highlighting the Liberal government’s vow to develop a public inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.
Several indigenous leaders from Canada are in Paris for the COP21 talks as part of the official delegation, bringing Native concerns directly to world leaders.
Among them are Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde, AFN Northwest Territories Regional Chief Bill Erasmus and AFN Manitoba Regional Chief Kevin Hart, who is part of the Manitoba delegation. Also joining them are Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami President Natan Obed and Dwight Dorey, National Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples.
3rd INTERNATIONAL OPEN DATA CONFERENCE 2015, Enabling the Data Revolution
When: 27-29 May 2015
Where: Ottawa, Canada
About the event
Come and explore a wide variety of open data issues and collaborate on charting the future of open data at the 3rd International Open Data Conference, May 27-29, 2015, in Ottawa, Canada.
UN Women Expert Paper
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