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  • Resource Database / Education and Youth Resources / Children

    Resources: 15 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Bringing Them Home
      Pacific - South
    This report is a tribute to the strength and struggles of many thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by forcible removal. We acknowledge the hardships they endured and the sacrifices they made. We remember and lament all the children who will never come home. We dedicate this report with thanks and admiration to those who found the strength to tell their stories to the Inquiry and to the generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people separated from their families and communities.
    More sites on www.austlii.edu.au
    Cetan Num's Children
    Lakota United States
    This site is dedicated to all displaced and abused children of all ages. There are also resources for parents.
    More sites on geocities.com
    Cynthia L. Smith, Children's Book Writer
    Creek (Muskogee) US - Southwest
    Creek children's author site includes bibliographies and summaries of children's books featuring Native themes that are (1) historical (2) contemporary (3) by Native authors and illustrators. Also includes links to related educational resources for parents, teachers, librarians, etc.
    More sites on www.cynthialeitichsmith.com
    Futures for Children
      US - Southwest
    A non-profit organization working with Native American children in Arizona and New Mexico to build self-reliance through community education, leadership development, management of societal issues, etc.
    Green Step - Bangladesh ....... Children, Women, Environment and Civic Rights
    Official site of a Youth voluntary organization of Bangladesh.
    Inner City Slickers
      US - West
    This is a Non Profit Organization dedicated to the teaching of Inner City Youth who are in the Juvinile System, and need help finding their path. This program builds self-esteem, self-confidence, character, and breaks down the social prejudices that are so prevalent in our culture today.
    Mah-Sos Save Our School
    Maliseet Canada - Eastern
    First Nation, New Brunswick Our site keeps community members and Friends of the Mah-Sos school updated on current events. Since April 1, 2008 parents have been aiming to secure a safe and healthy learning environment for the children who attend school on the reservation. The school had fallen into disrepair and mould caused the school to be shut down and students displaced.
    MARTY Project
    Chippewa US - Central
    The MARTY Project (Multi-Agency Response for Tribal Youth) is a voluntary, early intervention program designed to assist Tribal Youths and their families in changing problematic behaviors which may put youths at-risk for involvement in the criminal justice system.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Metis Calgary Family Services
    Metis Canada - Western
    Culturally enriched Pre School Kindergarten programs for Aboriginal Children, Ke Mama Nnanik Parenting Programs, Aboriginal Stay In School Progam for youth grades 9 through 12. Aboriginal Youth Media Program, Elders, Youth Home Visiting Outreach, Native Network Family Resource Center.
    National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect
    The Clearinghouse is a national resource for professionals seeking information on the prevention, identification, and treatment of child abuse and neglect and related child welfare issues.
    National Indian Child Welfare Association
      United States
    A private, non-profit membership organization based in Portland, Oregon, with a 26 member all-Indian board of directors. Members include tribes, individuals, both Indian and non-Indian, and private organizations from around the United States concerned with Indian child and family issues. The only Native American organization focused specifically on issues of child abuse and neglect and tribal capacity to prevent and respond effectively to these problems.
    Spirit Of A Child Foundation
      United States
    A Non Profit organization assisting in educational & holiday supplies for American Indian Children living on reservations.
    More sites on www.webspawner.com
    The Aboriginal Youth Network
    The Aboriginal Youth Network is a website designed by and for Aboriginal youth in the effort to create and maintain a unique online youth community nationwide. As more and more of our youth get online, the AYN is working to ensure there is a place in cyberspace where we can connect, make friends, access information, exchange ideas, ideals, values, beliefs and above all, our cultures and traditions. We strive to provide a virtual community where you come and hang out, meet new friends, get the goods you need on health, education, employment opportunities, as well as the latest news and events across Indian Country!
    More sites on www.ayn.ca
    The Cheyenne River Youth Project
    Lakota US - West
    The mission of the Cheyenne River Youth Project is to ensure the healthy development of Cheyenne River Reservation Youth by providing a safe, nurturing youth center evironment and recreational, social, educational and cultural activities designed to enhance the children's life coping skills.
    Walk in Peace
      US - Southwest
    "Keepers of the Children: Native American Wisdom and Parenting" uses concepts from the Yaqui tribe to teach parents (of any creed or color) how to raise children to know their hearts and minds. Native ideas lend themselves to a nurturing view of parenting, to teaching children the basics of human psychology and to bringing out the unique strengths in every child.

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