CAAN Communities Alliances & Networks have partnered with HIV Legal Network and produced new legal resources. ‘Know Your Rights’ dives into legal questions if you are Indigenous and living with […]
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The Spotted Eagle Society is a National Indigenous Men’s advisory committee within Communities, Alliances, & Networks (CAAN). One of our objectives is to give a voice to Indigenous men and boys across Canada towards centering and living their best cultural lives.
The JIHR is a peer-reviewed journal which welcomes contributions from any author. Priority however, may be given to an author of Indigenous ancestry/background, should manuscripts of comparable quality be available. First consideration will be given to innovative articles covering areas identified as HIV/AIDS research-intensive which demonstrates the use of community-based research (CBR) methods and/or philosophy.
CAAN is proud to join 2Spirits Manitoba Inc. (twospiritmanitoba.ca), Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre andManitoba Moon Voices inc. as sponsors for the 2Spirit Honour Dance Special!! We are humbled […]
CAAN & the Dr. Peter Centre are holding national dialogues in
each of the 4 directions.
We invite Indigenous Women living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C to
share perspectives and learnings on how the COVID-19 pandemic has
had an impact on Gender Based Violence (GBV).
The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, P.C., M.P.Minister of HealthHealth CanadaSent via email: November 17, 2021 Dear Minister Duclos: On behalf of the organizations enumerated above, we write to congratulate you and […]
CAAN’s Men’s Leadership Project has been hosting virtual wellness circles for people who identify as Indigenous Men (if you identify as male). If this is you, please join the Men’s […]
On October 21, CAAN co-hosted a consultation on limiting HIV criminalization in partnership with the HIV Legal Network and HALCO (HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic of Ontario). This consultation was […]
The organization has been listening and talking to members regarding the re-branding of the Network. There have been several suggestions. One that came to light was Communities, Alliances And Networks (CAAN).
Hishuk ish tsawalk. This is a Nuu-chah-nulth worldview that means Everything is One. We are all One. SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) has reminded us that we are interconnected. The well-being of One is the well-being of all of us.