Aboriginal Policy Research: Exploring the Urban Landscape

Aboriginal Policy Research: Exploring the Urban Landscape



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781550771954
Publisher: Thompson Educational Publishing
Publication date: 03/29/2010
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword Jerry White Peter Dinsdale Dan Beavon vii

Introduction Jerry While Jodi Bruhn xii

Part 1 Governance

1 Developing Legal Frameworks for Urban Aboriginal Governance Brad Morse 3

2 Indigenous Governance in Winnipeg and Ottawa: Making Space for Self-Determination Julie Tomiak 31

3 Measuring Progress, Strengthening Governance, and Promoting Positive Change Developing Sustainability Indicators with Winnipeg's Urban First Nations Community Christa Rust 55

4 Politiques sociales, identityé et relations entre Autochtones et Québécois: le cas de la ville de Val-d'Or (Québec) Suzanne Dugré Daniel Thomas 67

Part 1 Service Delivery

5 Thinking About Service Delivery: Aboriginal Providers, Universal Providers, and the Role of Friendship Centres Nicholas Spence Jerry White 89

6 Politiques publiques et santé des Autochtones résidant en milieu urbain: l'autonomie gouvemementale, une condition de la redéfinition d'un partenariat équitable entre I'État et les Autochtones Thibault Martin Eric Diotte 107

7 Community Influences on the Mental Health of First Nations Children in Canada: Health Information and Research Division, Statistics Canada Dafna Kohen Lisa Oliver 135

8 Keeping the Circle Strong: Social Promotion through Community Networking to Strengthen Off-Reserve Child Welfare Judy Gillespie Dennis Whitford 151

9 Finding a Place for Race at the Policy Table: Broadening the Indigenous Education Discourse in Canada Tracy L.Friedel 171

Part 3 Justice

10 Trafficking of Aboriginal Women and Girls in Canada Anette Sikka 201

11 Incarceration and the Aboriginal Offender: Potential Impacts of the Tackling Violent Crime Act and the Corrections Review Panel Recommendations Michelle M. Mann 233

12 Preventing Aboriginal Youth Gang Involvement in Canada: A Gendered Approach Mark Totten 255

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