The Report of the National Inquiry on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls:
The University Responds.

Registration deadline (for included meals) – May 18, 2022

June 17 & 18, 2022

Convocation Hall. The University of Winnipeg.

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A Response to the Report of the National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

CONVOCATION HALL. THE UNIVERSITY OF WINNIPEG

About The
Conference

This conference, to be held at The University of Winnipeg, will be a gathering of scholars, activists, educators, community and family members of MMIWG2S, direct student service providers and students to think together about ways in which the Calls for Justice might be effectively addressed within the university context.

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Interdisciplinary & Multifocal Perspectives

Our Keynote
Speakers

Our three keynote speakers represent interdisciplinary and multifocal perspectives on the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA. The three keynote speakers are widely regarded as experts on this topic and offer both academic analysis and community experience in calling attention to the ongoing crisis.

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Call for
Proposals

In May 2019, the National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) released its 1200-page report, which made a systematic case that the crisis constitutes a genocide. This project seeks, in the aftermath of these discoveries and the global pandemic, to return attention to this imporant issue. Among its 231 Calls for Justice, the Report directed certain calls specifically to educators and educational institutions.