URGE GOVERNMENTS TO TAKE ACTION ON OUR RECOMMENDATIONS

In the aftermath of the unthinkable terrorist attack that took the lives of three generations of the Afzal family in London, Ontario, a unanimous consent motion was passed in the House of Commons that stated the following: That, given that, (i) Canada has been devastated over the last decade by repeated acts of violent Islamophobia, including but not exclusive to the Quebec City Mosque Attack, the IMO Mosque Attack, and the London Terror Attack, (ii) Canada has been deeply affected by Islamophobia at a federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal level, (iii) ...

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NCCM RECOMMENDATIONS: NATIONAL ACTION SUMMIT ON ISLAMOPHOBIA

Le français suit. NCCM Recommendations: National Summit on Islamophobia More Muslims have been killed in targeted hate-attacks in Canada than any other G-7 country in the past 5 years because of Islamophobia. That fact sunk in outside the London Muslim Mosque on June 8 of this year, when thousands of Londoners gathered in the aftermath of the terror attack that took the lives of four members of the Canadian Muslim community in an unthinkable act of Islamophobic violence. The thousands that gathered that day were there to show their solidarity, pray, and stand ...

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Send a Letter to Minister Mendicino to Fix The Inequality Created by Privatizing Prison Chaplaincy

Religious minorities in our federal prisons are suffering needlessly because they are not getting the spiritual and chaplaincy services they need. The problem started in 2013, when the then Harper administration privatized the federal prison chaplaincy system by eliminating all 49 part-time chaplains and handing over all responsibilities to a for-profit company. Those eliminated positions represented many chaplains serving minority faith prisoners who feel like their needs have been increasingly marginalized in the following years. Our new report, co-presented ...

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Send a Letter to Minister Joly Demanding that Canada Recognize the Jurisdiction of the ICC in Investigation of the Killing of Shireen Abu Aqla

On Wednesday, May 11, veteran journalist Shireen Abu Aqla was killed while wearing a press vest on assignment in the occupied West Bank. This attack on a journalist and their ability to report is a violation of international law. The UN Special Rapporteur on Palestine has already described the incident as a ‘potential war crime’, echoing calls from hundreds of other politicians, organizations and community leaders demanding justice for Shireen Abu Aqla. The death of Abu Aqla points to the immediate need for an impartial and thorough investigation by the ICC ...

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Send a Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau Urging the Canadian Government to Stand Against Islamophobic Violence in India

Shocking footage shows large crowds committing acts of Islamophobic violence across numerous states in India this past Sunday. One person died and many were injured.Mosques were attacked, cars and shops were lit on fire, and many acts of intimidation were carried out against Muslim minority communities. Some even danced with swords outside of mosques and performed anti-Muslim chants. Canada must not remain silent during this escalation of anti-Muslim sentiment and violence across India. Join us in urging Prime Minister Trudeau to denounce the violence. Send a ...

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Send a Letter to Minister Mary Ng on Trade Agreement with Indian Government

Canada is failing to uphold human rights standards and principles while engaging in trade negotiations with India. Islamophobia has long been on the rise at an alarming rate in many Indian states. On March 10 2022, Canada’s Minister of International Trade, Mary Ng, met with her counterpart, Minister Piyush Goyal, in New Delhi. The two discussed working towards an Early Progress Trade Agreement. Minister Goyal of the BJP is someone with known links to the RSS, India's main Hindu nationalist organization tied to acts of communal violence against India's Muslims and ...

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Send a Letter to the Ontario Government to Support the Our London Family Act

On June 6, 2021, three generations of one family were killed in an Islamophobic terror attack in London, Ontario. In the aftermath of this unspeakable loss, Ontarians heard their political leaders make bold and unequivocal statements about eradicating Islamophobia and hate from their province. Now, we are asking them to take action.  The Our London Family Act (Bill 86), as proposed by the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), is a way to take clear and reasonable action against Islamophobia in Canada. It was introduced by the Ontario NDP on February 23rd and ...

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NCCM Policy Brief: Uyghur Rights

As the international community arrives in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics, global attention on the games must not eclipse efforts by human rights defenders to focus international attention on China’s well-known human rights abuses.   Among these issues is Beijing’s ongoing mistreatment of the Uyghur minority in the Uyghur region of China, including the subjecting of interned individuals to forced labour. The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) is calling on the Canadian government to ramp up efforts to ban the import of goods stemming from forced ...

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FOND D’ÉCRAN VIRTUEL

Téléchargez les images suivantes pour les utiliser comme fond d'écran virtuel pendant la semaine précédant le 29 janvier :          

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CAMPAGNE DU CARRÉ VERT – TABLEAU DE CHOIX POUR LES ÉDUCATEURS

                  Lorsque vous regardez l'une des vidéos, utilisez les suggestions pour guider vos réflexions et vos conversations.   Primaire   Participez à notre campagne de lettres vertes et créez un dessin montrant à quoi ressemblerait, selon vous, un avenir sans islamophobie et sans haine ou pourquoi vous aimeriez que l'islamophobie et la haine prennent fin au Canada.  Pourquoi pensez-vous qu'il était important pour le Premier ministre de reconnaître à l'échelle nationale ce qui s'est passé le 29 janvier 2017 ?   ...

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CAMPAGNE DE LETTRES VERTES

Toute la famille peut participer à la commémoration du 29 janvier de cette année en contribuant à notre fresque de lettres vertes.  Étape 1 : prenez une feuille de papier vert  Étape 2 : Sur la feuille de papier vert, écrivez une lettre ou faites un dessin/une peinture/un collage en souvenir du 29 janvier et/ou une image d'un avenir sans islamophobie et sans haine au Canada. Téléchargez une carte verte ici, pour que vos enfants puissent créer leurs illustrations virtuelles ou dessinées à la main. Étape 3 : Prenez une photo de votre dessin et ...

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ATELIERS POUR ÉDUCATEURS

En cette Journée nationale de commémoration de l'attentat de la mosquée de Québec et d'action contre l'islamophobie, joignez-vous à nous pour l'un des deux ateliers sur les approches trauma-informées pour lutter contre l'islamophobie afin de favoriser une classe plus inclusive et équitable. À la lumière de l'anniversaire de la fusillade de la mosquée de Québec le 29 janvier 2017, cette session explorera comment s'engager dans un apprentissage critique autour des événements qui ont un impact sur le sentiment de sécurité et de bien-être des étudiants, du ...

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