Wrapping Our Ways Around Them is a new plain language guidebook that focuses on how Aboriginal communities and parents can be involved in child welfare issues. It empowers communities to participate in the child protection process to keep children culturally connected and to help families heal.
- explains how Aboriginal communities and parents can be involved in child welfare decisions outside of court and at court;
- outlines the child welfare process; and
- defines an Aboriginal child and their human rights, including protecting their cultural identity.
Wrapping Our Ways Around Them is produced by the Nlaka’pamus Nation Tribal Council’s ShchEma-mee.tkt (Our Children) Project and is available online as a PDF.