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ABORIGINAL PEOPLE AND JUSTICE

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Royal Commission on Aboriginal People

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The Needs of Aboriginal Youth

Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

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Alberta
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Public Inquiry

The Death of Frank Paul

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Commission on First Nations and Metis Peoples and Justice Reform
Saskatchewan

Neil Stonechild Inquiry
Saskatchewan

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Aboriginal Justice Inquiry
Manitoba

Aboriginal Justice Strategy
Canada
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A Nation Weeps
Sharon Perrault

I cry for my brother, my nephew, my son.
I hear your call through the fire and the wind
Where visions of the past danced in your head.

There were Pipe Carriers, Medicine Men and Firekeepers
Who offered you teachings, tobacco and peace.
You awoke from your sleep to gather your feathers, bundle and pipe.

Then you were drawn to the circle with song and chants from your cell.

Your spirit longed for comfort and prayer.
So you lifted your thoughts and directed your dreams up above,
With swiftness, softness and light.

The Creator and the dream catcher and the dreamer became one.

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What About Justice for Max Kakegamic


GLADUE
Aboriginals and the Criminal Code of Canada


Aboriginal Peoples and the Criminal Justice System



NATIVE LAW - THE COURTS

In many Aboriginal communities in Canada,
sentencing circles allow victims, offenders, community elders,
other community members and court officials
to discuss the consequences of a conflict and to explore ways of resolving it.
Some sentencing circles operate within the formal justice system
as an alternative to the conventional sentencing process.
Sentencing circles are sometimes also used for cases
that are diverted from the justice system

Dudley George
Public Inquiry Into The Police Shooting Death of Dudley George at Ipperwash
Ipperwash Inquiry

Aboriginal Restorative Justice

Willow Cree Healing Lodge

Okima Ohci Healing Lodge

Waseskun Healing Lodge

Pe Sakastew Centre

In 2000/01, while Aboriginal youth constituted 5% of the youth population,
they accounted for approximately one in four admissions
to remand (26%) and sentenced custody (24%).
Of the total admissions for females,
Aboriginal youth constituted 33% of remand admissions
and 30% of admissions to sentenced custody.
The proportions of Aboriginal males admitted to remand
and to sentenced custody
were 25% and 24% respectively.

A One Day Snapshot of Aboriginal Youth
in Custody Across Canada

January 2003
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Ka-otinikawiyan ispihk - kipahokawin
Cree Pamphlet - Legal Information

Ka-otinikawiyan ispihk - kipahokawin
Detailed Version of Above
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A Report on Restorative Justice
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Injury from violence
higher among American Indians

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Break the Chains

Native Prisoners Rights

American Indian Justice - Banishment



Ending Offending - Aboriginal Inmates Website

Deaths in Custody

Restorative Justice

American Indian Equal Justice

Building International Awareness
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American Indian Religious Rights Foundation

Justice for Aboriginal peoples
preservation and enforcement of their rights
domestically and internationally

Modern Day Colonialism in Canada
Canada's continued attempts to conquer
Aboriginal people

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