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A strategic framework to end violence against Wabanaki Women in New Brunswick / : Framework to end violence against Wabanaki Women in New Brunswick




The framework provides contextual information on the extent of the problem among Aboriginal communities in Canada and New Brunswick, and outlines several potential actions in the areas of capacity building, prevention and education, and service delivery. [...] The document is intended to be used as a tool for provincial and federal governments, First Nation leaders, and Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal service providers and agencies so that they can develop and implement actions in their respective and collaborative spheres to address violence against Wabanaki women in New Brunswick. [...] Territorial Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women discussed the overall situation of Aboriginal women and The group that met prior to the Policy Forum and in a follow- agreed to give priority attention to violence against Aboriginal up session has continued to meet and has become recognized women. [...] Many of the issues, concerns, Prior to the Policy Forum, the New Brunswick Ministers and recommendations heard in Cornerbrook have been Responsible for the Status of Women and Aboriginal Affairs mirrored by the Advisory Committee on Aboriginal Women in invited representatives from the 15 First Nation Communities this Framework. [...] The impacts of colonization on the Wabanaki foundation of the nation…The social structure was built on the and Aboriginal people have been devastating – both in complementary roles of its male and female members.” (Kenny, number and in the effect they have had upon their societies.


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Includes bibliographical references (pages 31-32)
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Canadian Electronic Library (Firm)
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March 2008
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S773 2008eb
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1 electronic text (33 pages)
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
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Framework to end violence against Wabanaki Women in New Brunswick
End violence against Wabanaki Women
Cadre stratégique pour mettre fin à la violence faite aux femmes abénaquises au Nouveau-Brunswick
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