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statistics
Statistics
  • According to Indigenous activists, approximately 60% of 3000 women that have gone missing or been murdered in Canada since 1980, are Native, with approximately 500 cases outstanding in BC alone. The official number of cases according to NWAC is 583. The discrepancy between these numbers can be attributed to a lack of funding for widespread research, most recently manifest in the government’s cutting of funds to NWAC’s Sisters in Spirit campaign.
                  • (http://www.missingjustice.ca/facts/)
failures
Failures
  • According to Amnesty International (2004) “there are over 500 missing Aboriginal women in Canada and this is a primary illustration of how Aboriginal women are devalued in Canadian society. It is an indication that the legal system does not regard Aboriginal women lives as important as their cohorts. In Saskatchewan, a shameful number of 24 Aboriginal women and children are missing this is paramount as it suggests in Saskatchewan Aboriginal women are seen as dispensable.
task force
Task Force
  • Ensure Indigenous women\'s access to justice, including effective and unbiased police response to all cases of missing and murdered women
  • Improve public awareness and accountability through the consistent collection and publication of comprehensive national statistics on rates of violent crime against Indigenous women
  • Eliminate discrimination in funding of government services for Indigenous women and families
  • Address the root causes of violence against Indigenous women, including by closing the economic gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people
disciplines w ithin task force
Disciplines Within Task Force
  • Law ForceSocial WorkersJustice Workers These individuals would focus on locating and finding missing aboriginal women: If they were reported missing it would be a number one priority to locate these women.Justice advocate workersLawyers who have extensive experience with Domestic ViolenceJudges as consultants Politicians from all partiesLobbyists and legislatorsActivist\'s that prescribe to the feminist theories.Human rights activistsDoctors and nursesAmnesty international advocatesPsychiatrist and psychiatric nurses, and Psychologists (trauma)Therapists (bereavement, trauma of homicide)Therapists specializing in art, and music therapy
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