Women’s Right to Be Safe


In accordance with the deliverables identified by Ministry of Women and Gender Equality, Canada, and inclusion of our generations, the NCCABC is sharing poignant stories by:

1. Introducing Indigenous children, girls and women to the services within their communities that focus on culturally-appropriate responses to safety issues.

2. Increasing the knowledge of the impact of over-representation of Indigenous children and youth in the child protection justice system.

3. Inspiring readers with stories from Indigenous women who have shown resiliency and strength in building a violence-free life through their own personal safety strategies.

All of this is highlighted in our highly regarded Women’s Right to Be Safe Guide. Click here to view this document (PDF).