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Truth and Reconciliation Commission & MMIWG Go to the CBC interactive Beyond 94 to read about the Truth and Reconciliations Commission and the 94 Calls to Action. What are the 6 areas of Calls to action? Child welfare Education Language and Culture Health Justice Reconciliation List the 7 calls to action for health in your own words and provide examples of 2 projects that are either proposed or underway to address each of the calls to action (Click on each call to action to expand and read more about what is being done) Call to Action Projects proposed or underway Impact of policies (including but not limited to residential schools) on indigenous health and recognition of Indigenous health care rights under laws and treaties Jordan’s Principle Creating an environment of cultural safety in health care systems. Identifying and closing the gaps between indigenous and non- indigenous health outcomes Surveying the difference between First Nation people living on-reserve and off-reserve, and First Nation people vs all other Manitobans, and between people living in different health regions and tribal council areas. This includes looking at both the disparity between access to healthcare and the underlying social factors that affect health and well-being. Partnerships with First Nation leaders and researchers and alignment with the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to action. Addressing jurisdictional disputes for Aboriginal people regardless of whether or not they live on reserves Healthcare services and access Sustainable funding for Indigenous healing centres Cultural safety Perhaps the WAG Inuit Art Centre might fall into this category. Collaboration with Indigenous healers and elders as part of the Police apologies and setting up a platform to give indigenous peoples the right to develop their own systems which will be supported by the police, rather than developed by.
process of recognizing the value of Indigenous health practices Changing the narrative of history. Increase the number of Indigenous health professionals and retain them in Indigenous communities while providing cultural competency training for all health care providers. Transformation in action: “All Staff Transformation Update” Education in indigenous health practices for all students involved in health care. All students educate themselves through at least one course that emphasizes indigenous health issues, and includes the history and legacy of residential schools, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights and Indigenous teachings and practices The requirement of the University of Manitoba for students to take a course in the department of Native Studies regardless of what their degree program is.

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