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FAAVM Canada

Federal Association for the Advancement of Visible Minorities

P.O. Box 8526 Victoria Main
Victoria, British Columbia (BC) 18W3S1
Canada

Phone No.: +(1) (778) -433-6747
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E-mail adress:info@afpmv-faavm.org
 http://www.afpmv-faavm.org/
Internet:https://www.facebook.com/FAAVMGlobal/?ref=page_internal#_=_
Contact person: Louis, Raphael

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The FAAVM Canada is a non for profit, charitable organization empowering Canadian minorities by enforcing social justice, securing and safeguarding fundamental freedoms, strengthening national and international solidarity, promoting global security and peace. FAAVM's major focus involves using various multifunctional civil rights programmes to help the mostly disadvantaged, underprivileged Canadian minorities as men, women and children. Its all-volunteer network nationwide program is comprised of several components; all having to do with providing meaningful and positive educational, socio-cultural, spiritual, economic and overall human development activities for our mostly economically disadvantaged nationwide and worldwide.

A major objective is FAAVM's use of national and international legally binding humanitarian instruments, norms, precepts and principles in order to intervene at the national level to outreach visible minorities who are often very difficult to otherwise reach. FAAVM promotes early education, child welfare, gender equality, social justice, global peace and security, socio economic development; and promotes the overall growth and advancement process. Some of its objectives are:

- The Canada Civil Rights Act of 2003 "Federal Bill of Rights" Legislative project:
Protect human rights, pluralist democracy, and the rule of law; promote civil rights awareness and encourage the development and protection of Canada's cultural identity and diversity; seek legal solutions to problems facing Canadian society, including discrimination against minorities, xenophobia, intolerance, and environmental protection; help consolidate and strengthen democratic stability in Canada by backing political, legislative, and constitutional reform.

- Development goals: Reduce poverty within visible minority communities across Canada; achieve national primary education by ensuring that boys and girls alike complete primary schooling; promote gender equality and empower women - eliminate gender disparity at all levels of education; combat HIV/AIDS, drug abuse, street violence and other diseases; develop a global partnership for development - expand national and international trade market access; achieving the FAAVM SEDC $3.5 billion trust fund for 2020.

- The FAAVM Global Outreach Ministries for Peace (GOMP) international peace research studies: Launching prospective research studies, exploring what forms of education, science, cultural and communication will be needed in shaping visible minority communities' future; advancing the transfer and sharing of knowledge, which relies primarily on research, training and teaching activities; setting national standards by preparing and adopting national and international instruments and statutory recommendations in the fields of education, science, and culture; sharing and exchanging specialized information; promoting human rights and peace.

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