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One of the mandates of the Angel Street Domestic Violence Education Project (ASDVE project) is to raise the voices of Indigenous children, youth, and community against violence. The project has wound its way through the Skeetchestn Indian Band Community School and other Canadian cities from the perspective of Inuit and First Nations women leaders.
The idea for this project started in Iqaluit, Nunavut, where the road leading to the local women's shelter was renamed "Angel Street" in 2007 to recognize victims of domestic abuse. Since then, other cities across Canada and around the world have followed suit. Angel Streets can be found in Yellowknife, Fredericton, Regina, Kamloops, and beyond.
This workshop will provide information, tools, and resources to support other communities to develop their own ASDVE projects.
This session will be presented in English.