MMIWG: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls – Reconciliation & Healing

The NCPEI-MMIWG Program Coordinator will work to promote the fulfilment of the Calls to Justice outlined in the 2019 Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. MMIWG provides a voice for Residential Schools, 60s Scoop, and Day School survivors and those experiencing intergenerational trauma.

MMIWG provides educational sessions to schools, government, and community groups as well as the offreserve Indigenous community on PEI. MMIWG works to promote healing among off-reserve Indigenous women on PEI through quarterly meetings/ talking circles and workshops on making of ribbon skirts, dreamcatchers, and other cultural materials.

The MMIWG Program will be work through an Advisory Committee of women from each of NCPEI’s 3 Zones. This Committee will provide advice and guidance on the direction of the program and activities.

For more information, contact:
MMIWG Coordinator
Phone: (902) 629-1541