Message from Jennifer Henry, KAIROS Executive Director, on Canada Day
This booklet is designed to help non-Indigenous communities begin on a path of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. By learning and unlearning. By building relationships. By actively practicing reconciliation. By living out our commitment in worship, in prayer and in just action.
Join the March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate and the Multi-faith Climate Action Iftar on Sunday, July 5 in Toronto!
KAIROS partners Vernie Diano from Innabuyog in the Philippines and Ana Guadalupe Matzir Miculax from CEIBA in Guatemala were in Ottawa for KAIROS’ Time for Reconciliation gathering and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) final event.
CANADA is often seen as a bastion of prosperity, human rights and freedoms. But news about missing and murdered indigenous women, woefully inadequate health care on reserves, and UN reports that highlight "distressing socio-economic conditions" for indigenous peoples in Canada stand in sharp contrast to this narrative.
Statement on the resource extraction industry in Quebec. Only available in French.
Melanie Delva, a non-Indigenous Anglican, reminds us that we’re to not be self-congratulatory about our involvement in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission process; rather. WE need to pursue reconciliation because we are broken.
Nuclear Waste Dump Must Not Proceed Without the Free, Prior and Informed Consent of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation
Jennifer Henry evokes the stones of human rights memorials that will not remain silent but call out for the Creator’s justice through our prophetic imagination.
KAIROS—in collaboration with the Canadian Council of Churches , Citizens for Public Justice, Project Ploughshares, Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada, and the Church Council on Justice and Corrections—has compiled a resource for Canadian voters in preparation for the 2015 Canadian federal election.
Read the communiqué that was issued by conference participants on June 1, 2015.
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