NAWL signs Joint Statement calling on Canada to end sterilization of Indigenous women without consent

NAWL signs Joint Statement calling on Canada to end sterilization of Indigenous women without consent: Agissons rapidement pour faire cesser la stérilisation des femmes autochtones sans leur consentementAgissons rapidement pour faire cesser la stérilisation des femmes autochtones sans leur consentement […]

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Coalition of Stolen Sisters

NAWL is a member of the National Coalition for our Stolen Sisters, led by the Native Women’s Association of Canada. To date, other member organizations include the Canadian Research Institute on the Advancement of Women (CRIAW), Womenspace, the Canadian Federation of University Women, the Women’s Legal Education Action Fund (LEAF), and the Mother of Red […]

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Métis Women and Aboriginal Self-Governance: Entrenching Inequality Through the Devolution of Discrimination

Cet article est disponible uniquement en anglais. Like Inuit, status Indian, and non-status women, many Métis women face extreme and lifelong poverty, labour market discrimination, and tremendous barriers to education, political representation, health resources, and other social programming. Métis women also experience high rates of unemployment. These forms of inequality are the legacy of generations […]

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