The IAAW provides a number of programs and services to promote the advancement of Aboriginal women in Alberta. Click below to learn more:
IAAW’s financial independence training addresses poverty in a cultural context by building skills and confidence in women and girls.
IAAW offers a youth leadership development program to build skills and confidence in young women aged 13-17 years old.
Since 1995, IAAW has coordinated a community recognition ceremony to honour the strength, resilience and beauty of First Nation, Metis and Inuit women in Alberta.
Assisting Aboriginal women in the move from correctional facility to new home by building skills and confidence.
IAAW has extensive experience in collaborative action planning on reforms needed to improve outcomes for Aboriginal women accessing or involved in the justice system.
Aboriginal women and youth will have an opportunity to work on activities that are designed to improve safety for themselves and for their community.
Implement programs and services to address violence against Indigenous women through new program development, research and collaborative activities.