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About The Assembly of First Nations:

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is a national advocacy organization representing First Nation citizens in Canada, which includes more than 900,000 people living in 634 First Nation communities and in cities and towns across the country.

AFN was founded in 1982, replacing the National Indian Brotherhood. Their objectives are to protect and advance the indigenous and treaty rights and interests of First Nations in Canada, including health, education, culture and language.

The role of the National Chief and the AFN is to advocate on behalf of First Nations as directed by Chiefs-in-Assembly.

This includes facilitation and coordination of national and regional discussions and dialogue, advocacy efforts and campaigns, legal and policy analysis, communicating with governments, including facilitating relationship building between First Nations and the Crown as well as public and private sectors and the general public.