Supporting families of missing and murdered people, focus of conference – CBC

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Supporting families of missing and murdered people, focus of conference – CBC

by ahnationtalk on October 2, 2015319 Views

Oct 01, 2015

‘As long as one group of women is not safe, then no woman is safe’

A three-day conference in Edmonton is looking at how best to support families of missing and murdered people.

“This is not a women’s issue; not even an aboriginal issue,” said Dawn Lavell Harvard, president of the Native Women’s Association of Canada. “As long as one group of women is not safe, then no woman is safe.”

The Victim Services Unit of the Edmonton Police Service is hosting the conference.

Conference spokesperson Kimberly Lineger said representatives of programs from as far away as P.E.I. and Nunavut are sharing ideas about what’s working in their communities and how they are serving families and aboriginal communities.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/conference-focuses-on-supporting-families-of-missing-and-murdered-people-1.3252034

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