Join us for our latest webinar “Advocacy for Peace and Justice: Conversations from the field” on September 24. Hear stories of how advocacy can make a difference in the lives of marginalized and displaced peoples – from Latin America to Palestine and Israel. To register visit mccmb.ca/mcc-webinar-series.
This fall, give the gift of relief. Gather essential hygiene supplies, drop them off between October 15-17, and give hope to those who need it most. Find out which hygiene items are needed most by visiting mccmb.ca/Buckets-Thanks or contact us if you or your church group would like to get involved at 204-261-6381 or email@example.com.
We Are All Treaty People Celebration takes to the radio waves. Tune into UMFM’s radio station in the afternoon of Sept 27 to hear a variety of speakers, including emcee Michael Redhead Champagne, share about what Being Treaty means to them. Find out more at mccmb.ca/Events.
Join us for the MCC United Nations Office Online Student Seminar, November 5-6, 2020. Inequality defines our current time – in health, economics, and racial injustice. Explore the intersection of global inequality, UN public policy, and faith-based advocacy in this seminar. To apply for the seminar, please contact Joanna Hiebert Bergen at 204-261-6381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A summer filled with GO! 100 has come to an end. A big thank you to all the participants and their supporters. To view our final GO! 100 video, please visit mccmb.ca/GO-100.
Not sure how you can make a difference for displaced people around the world? Sign up and receive resources and stories about how you can address the reasons people are forced to flee their homes. Learn more at mccmb.ca/intro-advocacy-email-series-signup.