Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
This plain language booklet describes Gladue principles that judges must apply at bail or sentencing when an Indigenous person is charged with a crime. It explains: Gladue factors; colonialism and systemic discrimination; how Gladue principles are applied in court; the difference between Gladue submissions and Gladue reports.
This work centers 2SLGBTQQIA+ relatives and kin who are currently missing or went missing and were later found murdered, illustrating the history and background of how Two-Spirit and gender and sexually diverse Indigenous people have been affected by genocide and gendericide.
On International Women’s Day 2021, Feminists Deliver celebrated movements and community building with a webinar where they asked “How can more of us contribute towards systemic and transformative changes to ultimately abolish white supremacy, patriarchy, and capitalism?”
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ National Action Plan: Urban Path to Reclaiming Power and Place, Regardless of Residency
An Urban Sub-Working Group (USWG) developed this chapter of the National Action Plan to eliminate violence against Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people, in response to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The USWG includes current and former members of the urban community from all regions of Canada, with lived experience as survivors, family members, and/or experts in the urban reality and violence against Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people.
This sheet provides an overview on the overincarceration of Indigenous women in federal prisons, as well as its interconnected causes , which include the over-policing and under-protection of Indigenous communities, systemic socioeconomic marginalization, and ongoing colonial policies and institutions.