Engagement on a National Action Plan on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Alberta

Enagagement on a National Action Plan on MMIWG

This Final Evaluation Report provides an overview of the “Engagement on a National Action Plan on Missing and Murdered and Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) in Alberta” with 28 family members of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and over 170 other stakeholders. With the involvement of and direct engagement of families of MMIWG, the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women has identified priority actions and recommendations, which, if taken up, will contribute to the development of effective strategies with the National Action Plan to achieve the Calls for Justice.

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Culturally appropriate and safe assistance through home visitation for survivors of violence: Practices, challenges, needs

July 2020 Report

The Indo-Canadian Women’s Association (ICWA) recently released a qualitative report for Project Casa that explores the practices, challenges and needs in Home Visitation (HV) based supports for diverse mothers living in situations of family violence in Alberta. To learn more and to read the full report, click here or visit their website, Working in Partnership Against Gender-Based Violence.