The Sixties Scoop is a term that refers to a phenomenon in Canada, beginning in the 1960s and carrying on until the 1970s, of unusually high numbers of Aboriginal children apprehended from their families and fostered or adopted out, usually into non-Aboriginal families. These children have since articulated
Are you looking for a unique leadership opportunity? If you would like to create hope for a better future for Aboriginal people who work towards healing processes, support, reconciliation and advocate for changes in the Child Welfare system and in education then you are at the right place!
“If fathers were recognized as Parents, there would be less children in care!” Bernadette Iahtail Aboriginal Fathers Love Their Children Too! Aboriginal fathers continue to be discriminated against, and that is in many respects a consequence of systemic racism within the child welfare system. Aboriginal
Danielle spent some time with us during her practicum. She share with us her experience: One of the major learnings that I gained from my time as a practicum student with Creating Hope Society (CHS) was an understanding of the importance of engaging in advocacy.