Justice for Indigenous Women




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First Nations Child and Family Caring Society – our partner for 2016-17

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Bringing smiles to learners

 

Honouring acheivement

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Education into action

Making gifts that make a difference

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Teaching history honestly

 

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Memorable workshops

Latest news

Family of Kitigan-Zibi woman killed by police receives apology at last

Image: Bridget Tolley (top) holding picture of her mother Gladys Tolley Friday, April 22nd, was a long time coming. And...

Midwives fundraiser – supporting birthing choices in Mittimatalik

On January 18th, 2022, Justice for Indigenous Women (J4IW) held a successful fundraiser to raise awareness and to support the...

Supporting traditional Inuit birthing: J4IW partners with Nunavut midwives

View Post Inuit women who are ready to give birth are removed from their homes and communities in the north...

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Events

Prince Albert FNUC teacher ed candidates dive in to J4IW, Project of Heart

This past month, FNUC professor Ida Swan invited Project of Heart and J4IW to present a workshop for her teacher...

Association of Canadian Studies – October 21

Association of Canadian Studies – October 21

J4IW’s Sylvia Smith will be speaking at the Association of Canadian Studies’ 14th national conference in Winnipeg, MB on Oct....

Gatineau Students’ First Annual Pow Wow a perfect opportunity to support J4IW