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|Name of Event||Description||Organization||City||Dates|
|Innovation in Aboriginal Early Childhood Development - National Child Day 2015||For National Child Day 2015, this webinar will highlight innovations from Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities (AHSUNC) program sites in Nunavut and New Brunswick.||CHNET-Worksand Public Health Agency of Canada||Online||November 19, 2015|
|Hope and Healing: Interventions for Aboriginal Children and Youth||In recognition of National Child Day, Justice Canada invites you to a free webinar spotlighting three community-based programs that benefit Aboriginal children and youth. Celebrated annually on November 20th, National Child Day is dedicated to promoting awareness of the rights of young people, and commemorating the United Nations' adoption of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child on this day in 1959, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), in 1989.||Justice Canada||Online||November 20, 2015|
|National Child Day Play Day||Join us for fun games and activities, while learning about the 5 domains of early childhood development for children 0-5 years. The 5 domains are: physical health & well-being, social competence, communication & general knowledge, emotional maturity, and language & thinking skills!||Formative 5 Early Childhood Development Coalition||Chestermere||November 20, 2015|
|2015 Child Rights Education Week||This year, they have chosen the right of non-discrimination as their theme. Their purpose is to share with others the message that, no matter what ability, what gender, what skin-colour, what height, what family, what culture, or what religion, no child should ever be excluded; no matter what, children are all different, but all equal. This year we celebrate inclusion.
Visit the Non-Discrimination Activities Database and learn more about the post card contest or find out about C.R.E.W. and the wellbeing of children.
|New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate Office||Fredericton||Monday, November 16th, and will carry through till Sunday, November 22nd|
|Plan Canada Youth Engagement Team Twitter Conversation||The Youth Engagement team of Plan Canada will be celebrating the National Child Day on social media and will be asking youth to engage with us on twitter. Join the conversation and tell us how you'll be celebrating National Child Day all throughout the country. Join us: @Plan4ChangeCAN.||Plan Canada||Toronto/online||November 20, 2015|
|Film: Children's Rights||The Hospital for Sick Children will feature a film on Children's Rights in the Daniels Hollywood Auditorium at 1:30pm on National Children's Day, November 20 open to all staff, patients and families. A discussion about UNCRC will follow the film.||Hospital for Sick Children||Toronto||November 20, 2015|
|Early Childhood Development Table Coalition||Influencing policy to benefit families with young children.
For the past number of years we have published a "State of the Child " report for the Central Okanagan.
This year community partners are coming together with a panel of guest speakers to look at how we can influence policy makers for the benefit of families with young children. We will host 120 people for this panel and conduct a plenary community conversation afterwards. Partners also collect children's artwork to display at Kelowna City Hall.
|Community Action toward Children's Health (Catch) Coalition
||Kelowna||November 20, 2015|
|Family Time Activities||Centre activities with prizes for youth to encourage family time, such as certificates for bowling, cinema, and pool.||Community Mental Health Centres - Core Programs (Child and Adolescent Services)||Bathurst||November 20, 2015|
|Pancake Breakfast||Celebrating the right to survival, life and development.||When We Are Healthy Program/Gift Lake Community School||Gift Lake||November 20, 2015|