BE PART OF AN ALLIANCE THAT WORKS DAILY TO COUNTER DISCRIMINATION AND RAISE AWARENESS OF OUR CAUSE.

  • Benefits of being a QNW member!

    Benefits of being a QNW member!

    • Support the mission, vision and values of Quebec Native Women and defend the cause for which we have been working since 1974;
    • Participate in QNW’s associative life by coming to support us during marches, demonstrations and vigils;
    • To help eliminate the discrimination and racism still present in today’s society;
    • To fight in solidarity the colonialism and sexism experienced by Indigenous women.

  • Members' rights

    Members’ rights:

    • Indigenous women members of QNW have the right to vote and to speak at the Councils of the Nations, as soon as they are registered.
    • Indigenous women members of QNW have the opportunity to run for delegate to the annual membership meeting.
    • Indigenous women members of QNW who are not delegates to the Annual Gathering of members have the right to speak only. Only delegates have the right to vote.
    • Friendly members do not have the right to speak or vote at the Councils of Nations or at the Annual Gathering of members. However, they are entitled to attend as observers.
    • All members are equal and no one can be discriminated against because of age, language, religion or sexual orientation.
    • The categories imposed by the Indian Act, which QNW opposes, cannot be used to discriminate against members.

MEMBERS TYPES

Indigenous Women Members of QNW

Free
Any lndigenous woman 18 years of age or older.

Friend Members

Free
Any woman or man who supports the mission, vision and values of Quebec Native Women aged 18 years and older and who is not of Indigenous descent.

Corporate Members

Free
Any organization that supports the mission, vision and values of Quebec Native Women.

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WORKSHOPS & CONFERENCES

QNW offers a number of workshops and conferences that touch on the various issues on which the organization is working in order to train and/or raise awareness of participants to Indigenous realities. Click on the workshop or conference of your choice for more information.

  • Awareness workshop: The Impacts of Colonization on Indigenous Peoples in Québec

    This workshop includes a variety of information on sexual assault by addressing the following themes: myths and realities about sexual assault; definitions surrounding sexuality; statistics in the Indigenous environment; consequences of sexual assault on children, adults and adults who were victims as a child; tips for listening to and guiding a victim; as well as the impact of colonization on sexuality. The number of activities offered during the workshop may vary according to the time available and the needs of participants.

    Duration: Half-day or full-day workshop.

    Registration: contact us by email at info@faq-qnw.org or use our online form in the Contact Us section


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  • Sexual Assault Awareness Workshop: My Sexuality, It's About Respect: Break The Silence!

    This workshop includes a variety of information on sexual assault by addressing the following themes: myths and realities about sexual assault; definitions surrounding sexuality; statistics in the Indigenous environment; consequences of sexual assault on children, adults and adults who were victims as children; tips for listening to and guiding a victim; as well as the impact of colonization on sexuality. The number of activities offered during the workshop may vary according to the time available and the needs of participants.

    Duration: Half-day or full-day workshop.

    Registration: contact us by email at info@faq-qnw.org or use our online form in the Contact Us section.


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  • Training Walking through the dark and into the light

    The objective pursued with the creation of this training and its intervention guide is to develop a tool adapted to the needs of stakeholders and their Indigenous clientele in order to strengthen their capacity to intervene with victims and indigenous offenders.


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