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The Weaving Our Wisdoms Study has produced a number of recruitment posters seeking IPHAs to participate in WoW Gatherings.
The “Weaving our Wisdoms” Study is made up of findings from a gathering on the land, a positive action initiative to support Indigenous people living with HIV and AIDS.
This Community Mobilization Tool Kit is here to support First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, organizations and others in order to take greater action around HIV/AIDS.
Watch as Older Knighton Hillstrom teaches both in Cree and English, ways that we can respect plants and ways that they give back as medicines.
The Principles of Research and Collaboration (PRC) was designed to support research teams as they decide how they would like to work together.
Weaving our Wisdoms (WoW) is a multi-year, multi-stakeholder initiative that supports Indigenous people living with HIV and AIDS by supporting connections to land-based teachings delivered by HIV Olders.
The JIHR is an annual on-line journal published by CAAN as a service to its members and anyone with an interest in Indigenous community-based research (CBR).