Breakout 6 (Nov 22)

Learning with Belonging: Walking the Journey Through Relationship

Vancouver Aboriginal Child and Family Services’ Youth Advisory Committee advocates for changes in the child welfare system, in our own agency and in the …

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Gathering Our Medicine

Gathering Our Medicine has been implemented across Canada resulting in a transformation of the way services & programs are conceptualized, developed …

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Pathways to Belonging and Connection

In this interactive presentation we will explore the five dimensions of belonging for young people, how our systems and practices create or fracture …

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Bridging Our Children, Families and Communities – Inter-provincial working Relationship with Ontario First Nations

Our journey to provide protection and prevention services provided to children and families in Winnipeg who are from Ontario First Nations.

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All the Pieces: Maintaining identity for Indigenous children

Nezul Be Hunuyeh Child & Family Services maintains cultural permanence for children in care and share the importance of cultural connections.

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Panel – Signs of Safety

How Indigenous agencies are using Signs of Safety to create culturally safe practices within their communities

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MMIWG2LSGTBQIIA+

Indigenous Child & Family Services Directors’ MMIWG2SLGBTQQIA+ committee developed a response to the Calls for Justice including wise practices, …

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Braiding cultural connection and kinship ties to create safety

Xyólheméylh Child & Family Services’ braiding cultural connections and kinship ties to create safety supports the strengthening of family connections …

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Sovereign First Nation designed Child Welfare Model based on First Nations’ Laws

Yellow Thunderbird Lodge researched, developed and implemented a service delivery model with three steams of services that align with our inherent rights …

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Engaging with the Philanthropic Sector for Funding

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