Creating a framework for the wisdom of the community : review of victim services in Nunavut, Northwest and Yukon Territories (eBook, 2003) [WorldCat.org]
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Creating a framework for the wisdom of the community : review of victim services in Nunavut, Northwest and Yukon Territories

Author: Mary Beth Levan; Canada. Department of Justice. Research and Statistics Division.; Policy Centre for Victims Issues (Canada)
Publisher: [Ottawa, Ont.] : Dept. of Justice Canada, 2003.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Beth Levan; Canada. Department of Justice. Research and Statistics Division.; Policy Centre for Victims Issues (Canada)
OCLC Number: 70719747
Notes: "RR03VIC-3e."
Issues also in French under the title: Créer un cadre de sagesse communautaire : examen des services aux victimes dans les territoires du Nunavut, du Nord-Ouest et du Yukon.
"September 2003."
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 221 pages)
Contents: Acknowledgements i; Executive Summary vii; 1.0 Introduction 1; 1.1 Purpose of Research 1; 1.2 Research Methodology 2; 2.0 Nunavut 5; 2.1 Considerations in Victim Service Delivery in Nunavut 5; 2.1.1 Introduction ... 5; 2.1.2 Cultural Differences: Inuit Culture and the Dominant C; 2.2 Traditional and Existing Informal Victim Services in Nun; 2.2.1 Introduction ... 12; 2.2.2 Traditional Approaches to Dealing with Victims in Nu; 2.2.3 Informal Contemporary Approaches to Dealing with Vic; 2.3 Formal Services Available in Nunavut Communities 19; 2.3.1 Scope and Methodology 19. 2.3.2 Inventory Findings 202.3.3 Obstacles Faced by Nunavut Service Providers 27; 2.3.4 Summary of Formal, Informal and Traditional Victim S; 2.4 Review of Programs in Other (Non-Nunavut) Remote Abori; 2.4.1 Introduction 38; 2.4.2 Methodology 38; 2.4.3 Remote Aboriginal Victim Services Program Descriptions; 2.4.4 Best Practices 44; 2.4.5 Factors Contributing to Successful Programming 52; 2.5 Recommendations for Victim Services in Nunavut 57; 2.5.1 Introduction 57; 2.5.2 Training, Support and Recovery for Existing Service Pr; 2.5.3 Training, Support and Recovery for Communities 60. 2.5.4 Legislation, Judicial and Correctional Systems and Lea2.5.5 Victim Services Programs 65; 2.6 Nunavut: Summary of Needs and Recommendations 69; 2.6.1 Summary of Needs 69; 2.6.2 Summary of Recommendations 70; 3.0 Northwest Territories 73; 3.1 Considerations in Victim Service Delivery in the Northwe; 3.1.1 Introduction 73; 3.1.2 Northwest Territories Demographics 73; 3.1.3 Northwest Territories Social Conditions and Related St; 3.1.4 Northwest Territories Historical Considerations 76; 3.1.5 Northwest Territories Aboriginal Cultural/Linguistic G. 3.2 Services Available in Northwest Territories Communities 3.2.1 Scope and Methodology 80; 3.2.2 Inventory Findings 84; 3.3 Recommendations for Victim Services in the Northwest Ter; 3.3.1 Victim Assistance Programs 105; 3.3.2 Public Education and Community Building 106; 3.3.3 Training and Healing for Service Providers 106; 3.3.4 Community Based Programs 108; 3.3.5 Legislation 109; 3.3.6 Judicial Process 110; 3.3.7 Leadership 110; 3.4 Summary of Needs and Recommendations 111; 3.4.1 Summary of Needs 111; 3.4.2 Summary of Recommendations from Service Providers 114. 3.4.3 Additional Recommendations and Closing Comments 1164.0 Yukon Territory 123; 4.1 Considerations in Victim Service Delivery in the Yukon T; 4.1.1 Introduction 123; 4.1.2 Yukon Demographics 123; 4.1.3 Yukon Social Conditions and Related Statistical Data ; 4.1.4 Yukon Historical Considerations 125; 4.1.5 Yukon Aboriginal Cultural and Linguistic Groups and Po; 4.2 Culture and Social Norms: Background Information 130; 4.3 Services Available in Yukon Communities 131; 4.3.1 Scope and Methodology 131; 4.3.2 Inventory Findings 133; 4.3.3 Successes in Victim Service Delivery 143.
Responsibility: Mary Beth Levan.
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