Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) is an Indigenous owned and youth-led, non-profit organization focused on cultural support and empowerment programs/policies for Indigenous youth while being led by traditional knowledge and Elder guidance.
FOXY is a revolutionary program for young women and gender diverse youth that promotes mental and sexual health and healthy relationships across the North.
Dene Nahjo is a new generation of leaders and community builders working to advance social and environmental justice for northern peoples and promote indigenous leadership. By living, learning and celebrating our culture on the land through the guidance of elders, we strive to foster emerging leaders, strengthen relationships and create long-term, positive change in the North.
Dene Nahjo believes the solutions to problems we see in communities are rooted in the teachings of our ancestors. We emphasize and encourage the revitalization of our culture and our connection to the land and we carry out our work in a way that is true to Dene culture.
The youth social infrastructure (ysi) collaborative is an intergenerational network and community of practice that co-creates the supports that young people need to make good things happen in their communities. We offer venues, skills, opportunities and relationships so that diverse generations and cultures can learn from each other, grow more resilient as a network and community, and take our contributions and innovations to the next level of impact.
We believe in a Canada where youth stand in solidarity to promote respect, understanding, and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. CRE builds bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth in Canada by facilitating dialogue and strengthening relationships through leadership programs.
We Matter is an Indigenous-led and nationally registered non-profit organization that is committed to Indigenous youth empowerment, hope and life promotion. Our key project is the We Matter Campaign – a national multi-media campaign in which Indigenous role models and allies from across Canada submit short video, written and artistic messages sharing their own experiences of overcoming hardships, and communicating with Indigenous youth that no matter how hopeless life can feel, there is always a way forward.
Our vision is a Canada where every young Canadian is an active and creative citizen, and youth are meaningfully engaged in all aspects of the democratic process. This is more than just voting. It is about supporting young people to take charge of the conditions that they live in.
We are a growing, women-led, pan-Canadian network of adult educators coming together to strengthen our capacity to work critically, creatively and collectively with marginalized communities for radical social change.