BECOME PART OF AN ALLIANCE WHICH WORKS DAILY TO COMBAT DISCRIMINATION AND TO RAISE AWARENESS OF OUR CAUSE.

  • Advantages of being a QNW member

    Advantages of being a QNW member :

    • Participate in the community life of QNW
    • Participate in QNW events
    • Access to the page exclusive to members on the QNW website
    • Help in the elimination of discrimination and racism still present in today’s society.
    • Be part of an alliance which works daily to counter discrimination and raise public awareness of our cause.
    • Jointly fight the colonialism and sexism experienced by Indigenous women.
    • Support the mission, vision and values of Québec Native Women and defend the cause for which we have been working since 1974!

  • Membership rights

    Membership rights:

    • Upon registration, QNW members and Elder members have the right to vote at Councils of Nations.
    • QNW members and Elder members have the right to speak during Councils of Nations.
    • QNW members and Elder members may introduce themselves with the aim of becoming delegates at the Annual Gathering of members.
    • QNW members and Elder members who are not delegates at the Annual Gathering of members have only the right to speak. Only delegates have the right to vote.
    • Friend members have neither the right to speak nor the right to vote at the Council of Nations or Annual Gatherings of members. They are observers.
    • All members are equal and no one can be discriminated against based on age, language, religion or sexual orientation.
    • The categories dictated by the Indian Act to which QNW is opposed also cannot be used to discriminate against members.

  • Make a Donation to the Organization

    Make a Donation to the Organization:

    Single donation

    Payment method:

    • Credit card payment – PayPal (if you cannot use PayPal, please contact us at 450-632-0088 or by email at info@faq-qnw.org to discuss another option).

    Anyone who makes an annual donation of $20 or more automatically becomes a member of Québec Native Women, as long as they support our mission. Thus, the member has the same rights as a member to which he/she corresponds.

    Income tax receipts: An income tax receipt will automatically be issued at the beginning of the fiscal year, or upon request, for any donation of $20 or more. In order to reduce our mailing costs, the receipt will be sent by email. If you do not wish to receive your receipt by email, but wish to receive a hard copy, please email us at info@faq-qnw.org.

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MEMBERS TYPES

QNW members

Free for 2 years
Any women of Indigenous descent aged 18 and over.

Elder Members

Free (registration for 2 years)
Any women of Indigenous descent aged 55 and over.

Friends members

$5 for 2 years
Any woman or man who supports the mission, vision and values of Quebec Native Women.

Corporate members

$60 for 2 years.
Any organization which 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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  • Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Québec: humanizing the issues

    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.


    Contact us