First Peoples Child & Family Review
A Journal on Innovation and Best Practices in Aboriginal Child Welfare Administration, Research, Policy & Practice

Volume 3, Number 1, 2007

Table of contents (12 articles)

Articles

  1. Foreword
  2. Ensuring Knowledge Transmission in the Aboriginal Child Welfare Field
  3. Keeping First Nations children at home: A few Federal policy changes could make a big difference
  4. The politics of kith and kin: Observations on the British Columbia government’s reaction to the death of Sherry Charlie
  5. Reflections of a Mi’kmaq social worker on a quarter of a century work in First Nations child welfare
  6. Promising practice for maintaining identities in First Nation adoption
  7. Identity lost and found: Lessons from the sixties scoop
  8. Indigenous knowledge and research: The míkiwáhp as a symbol for reclaiming our knowledge and ways of knowing
  9. A way of life: Indigenous perspectives on anti oppressive living
  10. Here be dragons! Reconciling Indigenous and Western knowledge to improve Aboriginal child welfare
  11. Are rural American Indian adolescents becoming a race of angels?
  12. (A Literature Review) Re-examining issues behind the loss of family and cultural and the impact on Aboriginal youth suicide rates

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