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Men's Healing and Anti-Violence Education

Grand Council Treaty #3

July 2021 – August 2021

The purpose of this project is to develop a Treaty #3 specific anti-violence program to educate and promote healing for men and youth. Project objectives involve reviewing existing and available services, undertaking research activities using trauma-informed approaches, gender based analysis, and Indigenous methodologies; and provide a clear picture of relevant services and programming available to men and youth living in Treaty #3.

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Orange and yellow sticky notes stick to a white wall. A woman with black hair is pointing at one of the sticky notes.

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