The federal government has finally announced an inquiry but NWAC, victims' families, and leaders from Indigenous groups have raised several concerns with the government's plans. Will Trudeau listen?
missing and murdered Indigenous women
While there have been many expressions of support and hope for the Liberal government's inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women, there are also numerous concerns being expressed.
On December 8, 2015, the federal government announced that it was launching a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. What can we expect from the process?
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Sherene Razack exposes the colonial violence that inquests and inquiries ignore and creates a text that is essential to understanding colonialism's tactical variations and ongoing resistance.
The 26th Annual Women's Memorial March took place on February 14 to remember women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside who have gone missing or have been murdered.
Indigenous women and girls with disabilities are targeted by predators at a greater rate yet there is a gap in research. Moving forward, the national inquiry must consider these questions.
What big issues will Canadian activists face in 2016? rabble spoke with a few organizations to find out.
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This episode of GroundWire Community Radio News takes a focus on gender-based violence.