24/7 provincial toll-free crisis line 18779770007

  • Manitoba Association of Women's Shelters

MAWS provides information only. If you are in danger call 911. If you or someone you know is being abused, call the confidential 24/7 provincial toll-free crisis line at: 1-877-977-0007

Module 9: Indigenous Cultural Safety

Module 9: Indigenous Cultural Safety

The Learning Series

This Canadian national free webinar series is focused on exploring anti-Indigenous racism, discrimination and cultural safety and identifying how each informs our systems, why they persist, and how we can address them. Our goal is to facilitate opportunities for networking, collaboration and shared learning by bringing together key stakeholders from across Canada and internationally to explore, discuss, and learn about Indigenous Cultural Safety. http://www.icscollaborative.com/webinars/previous-webinars

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has published 94 ‘calls to action’ for indigenous and   non-indigenous Canadians to come together in a concerted effort to help repair the harm caused by residential schools and move forward with reconciliation.

http://trc.ca/assets/pdf/Calls_to_Action_English2.pdf

Indigenous Harm Reduction Policy Brief

Harm reduction is inclusive of, but much broader than a focus on using substances or safer sex. Instead, “harm reduction is a way of life”. It is love, non-judgement, and non-interference. It is rooted in Indigenous Knowledges and worldviews, combined with the best of what the Western world can offer, and focused on mitigating the egregious harms of colonization and all that colonization has wrought.

http://www.icad-cisd.com/pdf/Publications/Indigenous-Harm-Reduction-Policy-Brief.pdf

Decolonization Resources

Education and training on decolonization within a gender based violence perspective.

Decolonization Resources