A podcast hosted by Amber Dion and Terri Suntjens that unapologetically creates space for Indigenous resurgence, disrupts western colonial systems, and honors Indigenous helping practices.
Illuminating Service Experience: A Descriptive Analysis of Injury and Death Reports for First Nations Children and Youth in B.C., 2015 to 2017
This report is the result of an aggregate review that looked at injury and death data over a three-year period. It focuses on injuries and deaths reported for children and youth identified by MCFD as First Nations, and uses injuries and deaths reported for non-Indigenous children and youth as a comparison group.
You Are Not Alone: A toolkit for Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people escaping domestic violence
This is a toolkit for Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people escaping domestic violence.
Police Abuse of Indigenous Women in Saskatchewan and Failures to Protect Indigenous Women from Violence
This submission outlines Human Rights Watch’s findings on police interactions with Indigenous women in Saskatchewan based on six weeks of fact-finding carried out from January to July 2016, in addition to interviews and correspondence with police authorities and complaint mechanisms from August 2016 to January 2017.