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Aboriginal community based research - the right way to do it - working with SCIPPS

Aboriginal community based research - the right way to do it - working with SCIPPS

Aboriginal community based research - the right way to do it - working with SCIPPS. Elaine Gordon Joyce Davison. December 2008. History of research in Aboriginal communities. Researched since time began Is it going to help us? Is it going to harm us? Will we ever hear the results?

By tyme
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Social, Cultural and Economic Factors of Importance to First Nation Communities in Permitting LNG Developments

Social, Cultural and Economic Factors of Importance to First Nation Communities in Permitting LNG Developments

Social, Cultural and Economic Factors of Importance to First Nation Communities in Permitting LNG Developments. February 18, 201. Presenter Rabel Burdge Facilitator John Kenney. Social Impact Session Overview. Goals:

By alayna
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Sorry Business and Perinatal Loss

Sorry Business and Perinatal Loss

Sorry Business and Perinatal Loss. Tanya Martin: Aboriginal Midwife Clinical Co-ordinator Rural & Remote Poche Centre for Indigenous Health University of Sydney. Precious Memories. Master of Philosophy . Research Proposal:

By emelda
(224 views)

8 Ways - Aboriginal Pedagogies from Western NSW

8 Ways - Aboriginal Pedagogies from Western NSW

8 Ways - Aboriginal Pedagogies from Western NSW . Regional Aboriginal Education Team, Western Region. Aboriginal Pedagogies. Aboriginal Pedagogies centres on the notion of ‘Learning through Culture’.

By titus
(354 views)

A Search For Better Health Topic 10: Vaccinations

A Search For Better Health Topic 10: Vaccinations

A Search For Better Health Topic 10: Vaccinations. Biology in Focus, HSC Course Glenda Childrawi , Margaret Robson and Stephanie Hollis. DOT Point(s) . outline the way in which vaccinations prevent infection

By bryant
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NSERC Presents …

NSERC Presents …

NSERC Presents …. Scholarships & Fellowships Programs. Today’s Agenda. Introduction What’s new in the Scholarships and Fellowships division Information common to most applicants Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs

By glen
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Aboriginal Peoples of Canada

Aboriginal Peoples of Canada

Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. CGC 1D/P1. Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. First Nations -groups of Canadian aboriginal people who have distinct cultures, history and heritages. Inuit - indigenous people of Canada’s Arctic regions . Métis

By lilika
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Australian Victims of Abuse

Australian Victims of Abuse

Australian Victims of Abuse. History of Abuse. The Native Australians, Aborigine's or the original inhabitants, suffered greatly by European settlement.

By darva
(117 views)

I ndigenous G uardians a d l item ( IGsAL ) are necessary in child protection court cases

I ndigenous G uardians a d l item ( IGsAL ) are necessary in child protection court cases

I ndigenous G uardians a d l item ( IGsAL ) are necessary in child protection court cases. Introduction. English common law. GAL Appointed in Special Circumstances GAL Instructs Lawyer Child Protection & Cultural Identity Needs of Indigenous Children . Why are IGsAL Needed?.

By catrin
(124 views)

Sentencing – Aboriginal Offenders

Sentencing – Aboriginal Offenders

Sentencing – Aboriginal Offenders. Adam, Stewart & Katherine. Factors of Aboriginal Sentencing. Lack of educational opportunity High levels of unemployment High levels of drug/alcohol abuse All of which contribute to high rates of perpetrators and Aboriginal victims

By oma
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VACFSS: A Story of Success Through Wise Practices

VACFSS: A Story of Success Through Wise Practices

VACFSS: A Story of Success Through Wise Practices. Presented by: Paul Hucul. Background. VACFSS incorporated in 1992 Largest urban Child Welfare Agency in Canada Serves Aboriginal children and families in the City of Vancouver (COV) 11,140 Aboriginals reside in the COV*

By rasia
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United Nations Association of Australia 28 August 2009 Brisbane

United Nations Association of Australia 28 August 2009 Brisbane

New pathways to a shared future Ms Jan Ferguson Managing Director Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre. United Nations Association of Australia 28 August 2009 Brisbane. Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre (DKCRC). Vision The DKCRC is committed to:

By raheem
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Policing Indigenous People in the NPY Lands

Policing Indigenous People in the NPY Lands

Policing Indigenous People in the NPY Lands. Jenny Fleming TILES University of Tasmania. Cross-Border Justice Project (NT, SA & WA). Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjajara (NPY) Aboriginal Lands. 475,000 square kilometres 10,000 people approximately 7500 Australian Aboriginals

By mora
(189 views)

Samson and Delilah Visual text analysis by Shivraj and Andrew

Samson and Delilah Visual text analysis by Shivraj and Andrew

Samson and Delilah Visual text analysis by Shivraj and Andrew. Background information 1.

By valiant
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Module 4 Current Array of Aboriginal Health Services

Module 4 Current Array of Aboriginal Health Services

Module 4 Current Array of Aboriginal Health Services. Welcome to Current Array of Aboriginal Health Services . This course takes 45 minutes to complete. There is a quiz at the end of each chapter and a link to handouts and resources at the end of the learning module.

By theta
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Indigenous Australia: Flags, Dreaming and Family Ties

Indigenous Australia: Flags, Dreaming and Family Ties

Indigenous Australia: Flags, Dreaming and Family Ties. NDW 4M Miss Hohner. The Aboriginal Flag. The flag is divided horizontally into equal halves of black and red, with a yellow circle in the centre.

By oceana
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Indigenous Culture and Tourism

Indigenous Culture and Tourism

Indigenous Culture and Tourism. Case Study: Australia. We all want to travel, right?. When people travel, what are the reasons they choose a certain destination? How could Indigenous populations be impacted by tourism?. Aboriginal Communities.

By ronna
(218 views)

ABORIGINAL PEOPLES AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN CANADA

ABORIGINAL PEOPLES AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN CANADA

ABORIGINAL PEOPLES AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN CANADA. PROFESSOR JENNIFER DALTON Introduction to Indigenous Studies: Monday, July 4, 2011. Class Outline. Presentations and class discussion Using Turnitin to view grades and comments (demonstration)

By season
(155 views)

CHAPTER 14 Aboriginal Politics POLS 1303D2 Winter 2011

CHAPTER 14 Aboriginal Politics POLS 1303D2 Winter 2011

CHAPTER 14 Aboriginal Politics POLS 1303D2 Winter 2011. Native Demographics: Who and How Many?. 1,678,200 people, or about 5.4 per cent of the national population, gave as their ethnic origins North American Indian, Métis, Inuit, or a combination of one of these with some other ethnic origin.

By agatha
(76 views)

Doing Business with Canadian Aboriginal Communities

Doing Business with Canadian Aboriginal Communities

Doing Business with Canadian Aboriginal Communities. Breakfast Seminar Canadian German Chamber of Commerce November 16, 2011. Overview. Who are Canada ’ s Aboriginal Peoples Aboriginal Economic Footprint Challenges and Opportunities Overcoming Challenges through positive relationships.

By huyen
(171 views)

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