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Aboriginal domestic violence in Canada

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4655
Publication Date
2003
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 98 W49 L35 2003
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2003
Physical_Description
xi, 118 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation by Four Worlds Centre for Development Learning, Phil Lane, Judie Bopp, Michael Bopp".
"This study builds on many valuable contributions already made to the understanding of family violence and abuse in Aboriginal communities over the past fifteen years, especially in terms of mapping the complex web of factors that create and sustain this critical issue at the level of individuals, extended families, community systems and the socio-environmental context within which they exist. Closely aligned to this intent is the study's articulation of a comprehensive framework for intervention that addresses root causes and identifies a set of strategies for significantly reducing the horrendous levels of domestic violence and abuse now on-going in many communities". -- Executive Summary, p. ix.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Bopp, Judie
Bopp, Michael
Lane, Phil
Four Worlds Centre for Development Learning
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Family violence - Canada
Family violence - Prevention - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Social conditions
ISBN
0-9733976-2-4
Call Number
E 98 W49 L35 2003
Location
General Synod Archives
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Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8679
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
vii, 268 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research in partnership with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation."
"Edited by James B. Waldram".
"In 1992, a national team of researchers was funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to form the National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research. One of the funded projects within this network was 'Models and Metaphors of Mental Health and Healing in Aboriginal Communities'. Working in conjunction with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), several goals for this project were developed. .... In this publication, we wish to provide a substantial body of data and a pragmatic analysis built around passages offered by the clients and therapists/healers themselves. We want this report to offer guidance to other Aboriginal groups considering their own development of healing programs and to existing health care programs that are interested in developing more culturally appropriate services for an Aboriginal clientele. ..... An important theme that emerges from all of the chapters is the cultural, age, and gender heterogeneity of the client or patient base that is served by these programs. Of particular note, the researchers found that relatively few research participants had personal experiences as residential school students. Rather, what we found is that the legacy of the residential school system has left a deep impact on the social, cultural, and psychological make-up of these individuals. People continue to suffer because of the far-reaching impact of the schools, be it within their own families and communities or intergenerationally because of dysfunctional behaviours passed down from parents or grandparents who did attend. Combating this complex legacy is exactly what these programs are designed to do". pp. 1, 3.
Contents: Contributors -- The Models and Metaphors of Healing / James B. Waldram -- The Community Youth Initiative Project / Naomi Adelson and Amanda Lipinski -- Making the Intangible Manifest: Healing Practices of the Qul-Aun Trauma Program / Jo-Anne Fiske -- Moving Towards Healing: A Nunavut Case Study / Christopher Fletcher and Aaron Denham -- The Pisimweyapiy Counselling Centre: Paving the Red Road to Wellness in Northern Manitoba / Joseph P. Gone -- Building a Nation: Healing in an Urban Context / James B. Waldram, Rob Innes, Marusia Kaweski, and Calvin Redman.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research
Waldram, James B. (James Burgess)
Adelson, Naomi
Denham, Aaron
Fiske, Jo-Anne
Fletcher, Christopher
Gone, Joseph P.
Innes, Robert Alexander
Kaweski, Marusia
Lipinski, Amanda
Redman, Calvin
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health services
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Healing - Canada
Healing - Research - Canada
ISBN
978-1-897285-63-3 (Printed version)
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Location
General Synod Archives
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Aboriginal healing in Canada : studies in therapeutic meaning and practice

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog9148
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
vii, 268 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research in partnership with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation."
"Edited by James B. Waldram".
"In 1992, a national team of researchers was funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to form the National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research. One of the funded projects within this network was 'Models and Metaphors of Mental Health and Healing in Aboriginal Communities'. Working in conjunction with the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF), several goals for this project were developed. .... In this publication, we wish to provide a substantial body of data and a pragmatic analysis built around passages offered by the clients and therapists/healers themselves. We want this report to offer guidance to other Aboriginal groups considering their own development of healing programs and to existing health care programs that are interested in developing more culturally appropriate services for an Aboriginal clientele. ..... An important theme that emerges from all of the chapters is the cultural, age, and gender heterogeneity of the client or patient base that is served by these programs. Of particular note, the researchers found that relatively few research participants had personal experiences as residential school students. Rather, what we found is that the legacy of the residential school system has left a deep impact on the social, cultural, and psychological make-up of these individuals. People continue to suffer because of the far-reaching impact of the schools, be it within their own families and communities or intergenerationally because of dysfunctional behaviours passed down from parents or grandparents who did attend. Combating this complex legacy is exactly what these programs are designed to do". pp. 1, 3.
Contents: Contributors -- The Models and Metaphors of Healing / James B. Waldram -- The Community Youth Initiative Project / Naomi Adelson and Amanda Lipinski -- Making the Intangible Manifest: Healing Practices of the Qul-Aun Trauma Program / Jo-Anne Fiske -- Moving Towards Healing: A Nunavut Case Study / Christopher Fletcher and Aaron Denham -- The Pisimweyapiy Counselling Centre: Paving the Red Road to Wellness in Northern Manitoba / Joseph P. Gone -- Building a Nation: Healing in an Urban Context / James B. Waldram, Rob Innes, Marusia Kaweski, and Calvin Redman.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research
Waldram, James B. (James Burgess)
Adelson, Naomi
Denham, Aaron
Fiske, Jo-Anne
Fletcher, Christopher
Gone, Joseph P.
Innes, Robert Alexander
Kaweski, Marusia
Lipinski, Amanda
Redman, Calvin
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health services
Healing - Canada
Healing - Research - Canada
ISBN
978-1-897285-63-3 (Printed version)
Call Number
RC 451.5 I5 A26 2008
Location
General Synod Archives
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Aboriginal people, resilience and the residential school legacy

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6946
Author
Stout, Madeleine Dion
Publication Date
2003
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 96.5 S76 2003
Author
Stout, Madeleine Dion
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2003
Physical_Description
vi, 64 p. ; 28 x 21. 4 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation by Madeleine Dion Stout and Gregory Kipling".
Includes bibliographical references, p. 59-64.
"The government of Canada established the Aboriginal Healing Foundation (AHF) in March 1998 to address the Legacy of Physical and Sexual Abuse suffered by Aboriginal people in residential schools. Since the Foundation supports research that promotes healing, a priority to study the resilience of individuals, families and communities within the context of the residential school legacy has been acknowledged. In this report, a critical analysis of the resilience literature is undertaken and is considered against the cultures, lived experiences and larger social contexts of Aboriginal Survivors of residential school. The findings, summarized below, serve as the basis for recommended actions in the areas of planning and research, interventions and evaluation". -- Executive Summary.
Contents: Definitions -- Executive Summary -- Introduction -- Understanding Resilience -- Resilience and the Residential Schools Experience -- Fostering Resilience, Promoting Healing -- References.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Kipling, Gregory
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Resilience (Personality trait)
Indigenous peoples - Education - Canada - History
Indigenous children - Abuse of - Canada
ISBN
0-9733976-4-0
Call Number
E 96.5 S76 2003
Location
General Synod Archives
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Aboriginal sexual offending in Canada

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4225
Author
Hylton, John H., 1950-
Publication Date
c2002
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
HQ 72 C2H9 2002
Author
Hylton, John H., 1950-
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
c2002
Physical_Description
iii, 228 p. ; 28 x 21 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for The Aboriginal Healing Foundation By Dr. John H. Hylton With the Assistance of: Murray Bird, Nicole Eddy, Heather Sinclair, Heather Stenerson".
Includes bibliographical references.
"Between 20 % and 25 % of convicted sexual offenders in Canada are Aboriginal. As with non-Aboriginal offenders, those who have been convicted are the tip of the ice berg. While precise numbers are not available, there may be as many as 150,000 Aboriginal sex offenders in Canada." -- Executive Summary, p. i.
"This report is about Aboriginal sexual offending in Canada. The incidence of Aboriginal sexual offending is examined, trends over recent years are reviewed, current prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and healing approaches are analyzed, and gaps in current services are enumerated. In the final chapter, we present a strategic framework for addressing Aboriginal sexual offending in Canada. At the outset, we wish to locate current issues about Aboriginal sexual offending in their proper historical context. For this reason, we take the opportunity in this introductory chapter to discuss sexuality in traditional Aboriginal societies, as well as the impact that colonization has on age-old Aboriginal practices and beliefs. We believe the disruption of traditional beliefs and practices, including the harm brought about by residential schools has in no small part been responsible for creating the social economic and political conditions that account for high levels of sexual abuse in many Aboriginal communities today." -- Chapter 1, p. 1.
Contents include chapter "Sexual Abuse and the Legacy of Residential Schools".
Contents: Executive Summary -- Acknowledgements -- Sexual Abuse and the Legacy of Residential Schools -- Aboriginal People and the Justice System -- Aboriginal Sexual Offending -- Strategies for Addressing Aboriginal Offending -- The Treatment of Sexual Offenders -- A Strategic Framework for Addressing Aboriginal Sexual Offending -- Appendix A: Program Profiles, Sex Offender Treatment Programs -- B: Crime and Sexual Offending in Canada.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Aboriginal Sex Offending in Canada
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools - Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Sexual behavior
Sexual abuse - Canada
Sex crimes - Canada
Indigenous criminals - Rehabilitation - Canada
Sex offenders - Rehabilitation - Canada
ISBN
0-9684653-6-6
Call Number
HQ 72 C2H9 2002
Location
General Synod Archives
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Addictive behaviours among Aboriginal people in Canada

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6898
Author
Chansonneuve, Deborah
Publication Date
2007
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RC 564.67 C2 C53 2007
Author
Chansonneuve, Deborah
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2007
Physical_Description
iii, 122 p. : ill. (incl. tables, some col.) ; 28 x 21 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for The Aboriginal Healing Foundation By Deborah Chansonneuve."
Includes bibliographical references, p. 101-116.
"Increasingly, evidence shows the most effective addictions prevention and intervention programming for Aboriginal people is grounded in the wisdom of traditional Inuit, Metis, and First Nation teachings about a holistic approach to a healthy life. Aboriginal belief systems have much to teach about a broader approach to recovery because they emphasize: that all aspects of well-being are equally important and interconnected, including the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual; that balanced well-being is throughout the lifespan; and that individual health is an aspect of the health of families, communities, nations, and the environment. In the context of addictive behaviours, an Aboriginal approach begins with the premise that each of these three areas must be addressed in order to sustain improvements over the long term. 'Good Medicine' is what strengthens the mind, body, heart, and spirit. Stories of healing strengthen and inspire those who hear them; these stories are the 'Good Medicine' of the healing movement". -- Intro.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Looking Back to Move Forward -- Addictive Behaviours and Residential School Abuse -- Using the Wisdom of Culture to Promote Healing -- Five Stories of Hope --Promising Practices in Addictions Prevention and Intervention -- Conclusion and Continuation of the Journey -- Appendix A: Fact Sheets -- Appendix B: List of Key Informants -- Appendix C: Annotated Bibliography -- References.
Pages 117-122 are blank pages headed "Notes".
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Substance use - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Substance use - Canada - Prevention
Indigenous peoples - Substance use - Treatment - Canada
Substance use - Treatment - Canada
Compulsive behavior - Treatment - Canada
Spiritual healing - Canada
Healing
Indigenous philosophy - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools - Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
ISBN
978-1-897285-37-4 (print version)
Call Number
RC 564.67 C2 C53 2007
Location
General Synod Archives
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A brief report of The Federal Government of Canada's Residential School System for Inuit

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6947
Author
King, David, 1970-
Publication Date
2006
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 96.5 K543 2006
Author
King, David, 1970-
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2006
Physical_Description
23 p. : ill., maps (some col.) ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
Title and text in English and French.
"Prepared for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation by David King".
"This brief report summarizes the federal government's involvement in the education system for the Inuit in Canada's North. The information comes from a research study by David King undertaken for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation. This report is based upon information from the archives of the federal departments of Northern Affairs and National Resources, and Health and Welfare Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Hudson's Bay Company, and the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches. The research also includes interviews with former students, missionaries and government bureaucrats. The spread of sickness and disease, such as tuberculosis, in the residential schools is not discussed here, but many Inuit students were taken away from the schools to different hospitals across southern Canada". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction -- Population (total count) -- The cost of education -- Language and literacy -- Curriculum -- Diet and dress -- Consent or coercion -- Relations between churches and Ottawa -- Staffing the northern schools -- Quebec and the Anglican Church -- Conclusion
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Inuit - Canada
Inuit - Canada - Education
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
1-897285-19-1
Call Number
E 96.5 K543 2006
Location
General Synod Archives
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Fetal alcohol syndrome among Aboriginal peopel in Canada : review and analysis of the intergenerational linkts to residential schools

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6949
Author
Tait, Caroline L.
Publication Date
2003
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
RG 629 F45 T3 2003
Author
Tait, Caroline L.
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2003
Physical_Description
xxiii, 337 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation by Caroline L. Tait".
Includes bibliographical references, p. 279-337.
"Widespread substance abuse, particularly alcohol abuse, among those who attended residential schools has been identified as both an outcome of the residential school experience and a contributing factor to other negative health and social problems among this group and among subsequent generations of Aboriginal people (Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, 1996b). Although no research studies exist that specifically examine the ways in which residential school experiences contributed to current rates of FAS/ARBES [fetal alcohol syndrome/alcohol-related birth effects] among Aboriginal people, this report concludes that the residential school system contributed to high rates of alcohol abuse among those who previously attended the schools and among significant numbers of parents and community members who had their children removed from their care because of the school system. This report also concludes that the residential school system further contributed to alcohol abuse among subsequent generations of Aboriginal people, including women of child-bearing ages." -- Executive Summary.
Contents: Acknowledgements / Caroline L. Tait -- Definitions -- Executive Summary -- Defining the Scope of the Project -- What is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome ? -- Alcohol Use Among Aboriginal Peoples in Canada -- Child Abuse -- Residential Schools -- Contemporary Health and Social Issues Linked to the Residential School System -- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Alcohol-Related Birth Effects: Epidemiology Review -- Risk and Protective Factors for Women -- 'Best Practices': Prevention -- Persons with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Other Alcohol-Related Birth Effects -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: 'Best Practices' -- Appendix B: Diagnostic Criteria for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) and Alcohol-Related Birth Effects (ARBE) Adopted by the American Institute of Medicine -- Appendix C: Screening Tools for Alcohol Use -- References.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Subjects
Fetal alcohol syndrome - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Alcohol use
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Health and hygiene
Child abuse - Canada
Indigenous children - Canada
Indigenous women - Canada
ISBN
0-9732763-8-X
Call Number
RG 629 F45 T3 2003
Location
General Synod Archives
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Final report of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5354
Publication Date
c2006
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
E 96.5 A22 F5 2006
Corporate Author
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
c2006
Physical_Description
3 v. : ill.
Material Type
Book
Notes
3 volumes each with different sub-titles and authors. Volume I: A Healing Journey: Reclaiming Wellness / Prepared by Marlene Brant Castellano. Volume II: Measuring Progress: Program Evaluation / Prepared by Kishk Anaquot Health Research. Volume III: Promising Healing Practices in Aboriginal Communities / Prepared by Linda Archibald.
Includes bibliographical references but no indexes.
OTCH also has "A healing journey : final report, summary points" separately catalogued.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Castellano, Marlene Brant, 1935-
Kishk Anaquot Health Research
Archibald, Linda
Reclaiming wellness
Measuring progress: program evaluation
Promising healing practices in aboriginal communities
Subjects
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada) - Evaluation
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Mental health
ISBN
1-897285-22-1 (v. 1)
1-897285-23-X (v. 2)
1-897285-24-8 (v. 3)
Call Number
E 96.5 A22 F5 2006
Location
General Synod Archives
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From truth to reconciliation : transforming the legacy of residential schools

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5864
Author
Castellano, Marlene Brant, 1935-
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
E 96.5 C2 F7 2008
Author
Castellano, Marlene Brant, 1935-
Place
Ottawa ON
Publisher
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
xiii, 425 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27.5 x 21 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared for the Aboriginal Healing Foundation By Marlene Brant Castellano, Linda Archibald [and] Mike DeGagne".
Includes bibliographical references.
"The launch of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission pursuant to the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement is a historic event. For the first time, a chapter in our history will be opened up to a public process with the purpose of acknowledging harms done and healing the relationship between peoples within Canada. .... This volume is a collection of papers and brief reflections from more than thirty contributors who have worked to create just and inclusive societies in Canada and abroad. The Aboriginal Healing Foundation is honoured to present a distillation of their experience and wisdom to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as it sets out on its mission to transform the legacy of Indian residential schools". -- Preface.
Contents divided into three main sections: Truth-Telling -- The Legacy Lives On -- Exploring Paths to Reconciliation.
Contents: Preface \ Georges Erasmus, President, Aboriginal Healing Foundation -- Introduction -- Confessions of a Born Again Pagan / Fred Kelly -- Reconciliation in the Context of a Settler Society: Healing the Legacy of Colonialism in Canada / Brian Rice and Anna Snyder -- A Condensed Timeline of Events -- A Metis Perspective on Truth and Reconciliation / Tricia Logan -- Reconciliation or Conciliation ? An Inuit Perspective / John Amagoalik -- Expanding the Dialogue on Truth and Reconciliation: In a good way / Stan McKay -- Legacy of Residential Schools: Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women / Beverley Jacobs and Andrea Williams -- Telling Truths and Seeking Reconciliation: Exploring the Challenges / Rupert Ross -- Reconciliation Means Not Saying Sorry Twice: Lessons from Child Welfare in Canada / Cindy Blackstock -- A Survivor Reflects on Resilience / Madeleine Dion Stout -- Bridging the Gap Between Truth and Reconciliation: Restorative Justice and the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Jennifer Llewellyn -- A Jade Door: Reconciliatory Justice as a Way Forward Citing New Zealand Experience / Robert Andrew Joseph -- Reconciliation Possible ? Reparations Essential / Bradford W. Morse -- Reconcilation: A non-Indigenous Australian Perspective / John Bond -- Reconciliation: An Indigenous Australian Perspective / Debra Hocking -- Speaking My Truth: The Journey to Reconciliation / Garnet Angeconeb with Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm -- Perspective on Reconciliation with an Inuk Youth / David Joanasie -- Decolonizing Education: A Building Block for Reconciliation / William Julius Mussell -- A Call to the Churches: "You shall be called repairer of the breach" / David MacDonald -- Reconciliation: A Spiritual Process / Maggie Hodgson -- A Holistic Approach to Reconciliation: Insights from Research of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation / Marlene Brant Castellano -- Conclusion -- Editorial Committee and Acknowledgements -- Appendix 1: Schedule "N" : Mandate for the Truth and Reconcilation Commission.
OTCH also has French printed version.
Series
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series
Added Entry
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
Archibald, Linda
DeGagne, Mike
Akiwenzie-Damm, Kateri
Amagoalik, John
Angeconeb, Garnet, 1955-
Blackstock, Cindy, 1964-
Bond, John
Erasmus, Georges (Georges Henry), 1948-
Hocking, Debra, 1959-
Hodgson, Maggie, 1944-
Jacobs, Beverley
Joanasie, David
Joseph, Robert Andrew
Kelly, Fred
Llewellyn, Jennifer
Logan, Tricia E.
MacDonald, David, 1936-
McKay, Stan (Stanley John), 1942-
Morse, Bradford W. (Bradford Wilmot), 1950-
Mussell, William Julius, 1938-
Rice, Brian, 1955-
Ross, Rupert, 1946-
Snyder, Anna C.
Stout, Madeleine Dion
Williams, Andrea J.
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Education - History
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools - History
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Residential schools - Anglican Church of Canada
Hands, Leonard (Leonard Paul), 1941-2000
Sexual misconduct by clergy
Reconciliation - Canada
Apologies - Canada
Canada. Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Australian aborigines
Reconciliation - Australia
ISBN
978-1-897285-59-6 (English, Printed version)
978-1-897285-61-9 (English, Electronic version)
978-1-897285-67-1 (French, Printed version)
978-1-897285-68-8 (French, Electronic version)
Call Number
E 96.5 C2 F7 2008
Location
OTCH
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