MMIWG and 2SLGBTQQIA+ Peoples

“Our children are looking to us to bridge the divides, look past our differences, master our fears and find a common humanity”

2021 CAP MMIWG INTERIM REPORT  

Nearly 80% of Indigenous peoples live off-reserve in Canada today,1 and experience widespread discrimination. Off reserve status and non-status Indians, Métis and Southern Inuit peoples are amongst the most socially and economically disadvantaged groups in Canadian society,2 an unfortunate reality deeply rooted in colonialism and its impacts.

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Read the full National Action Plan here: https://mmiwg2splusnationalactionplan.ca/

2021 CPA FFADA RAPPORT PROVISOIRE

À l’heure actuelle, près de 80 % des Autochtones vivent hors réserve au Canada1 et sont victimes d’une discrimination généralisée. Les Indiens inscrits et non-inscrits vivant hors réserve, Métis et Inuits du Sud sont parmi les groupes les plus défavorisés sur les plans social et économique dans la société canadienne2, une triste réalité profondément enracinée dans le colonialisme et ses répercussions.

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Lisez le plan d’action national complet ici: https://ffada2eplusplandactionnational.ca/

2020 MMIWG SUMMIT: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 

In response to the release of the 2019 final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (NIMMIWG), the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples held the 2020 MMIWG Summit in Ottawa, Ontario on January 13-14, 2020. The Summit brought together membership representation from across Canada to discuss the 231 Calls for Justice featured in the Final Report.

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FINAL SUBMISSIONS TO THE INQUIRY INTO MMIWG

The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples participated in the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (NIMMIWG) as a party with standing in the proceedings. As a party with standing CAP contributed to the expert and institutional hearings and advanced arguments respecting the legal imperatives underpinning Canada’s obligation to implement the Inquiry’s recommendations with due diligence, in good faith, and in a manner that upholds the Honour of the Crown. In CAP’s Final Submission to the NIMMIWG you will find specific recommendations for the Inquiry’s consideration in drafting its final report.  

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