From NWAC/AFAC website (www.nwac.ca)
The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) works to advance the well-being of Aboriginal women and girls as well as their families and communities through activism, policy analysis, and advocacy. Aboriginal women continue to experience discrimination on multiple grounds and in various complex forms and from various sources, including from individuals, businesses, and governments.
NWAC was incorporated in 1974 and is one of the five officially recognized National Aboriginal Organizations (NAOs), whose purpose is to represent and speak, at the national level, on behalf of Aboriginal women in Canada.
Human Rights in Canada
Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
International Human Rights
Labour Market and Development
Matrimonial Real Property
Violence Prevention and Safety
Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) / L’Association des femmes autochtones du Canada (AFAC) Documents
|Aboriginal Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: Canadian Human Rights Act Review||2000andafter||National (all of Canada)|
|Ministry of Employment and Immigration/Native Women’s Association of Canada – Media Release re: Employment Strategy||1981||National (all of Canada)|