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Government Action Plan for the Social and Cultural Development of the First Nations and Inuit 2017-2022

Strategic priority 4 - Foster collaboration and research

It should be noted that each measure that directly affects women (W) and young people (Y) is indicated in the right-hand column.

4.1 Broaden collaboration with the Aboriginal peoples and between governments
Measures D/A
Responsible
Collaborating
D/A
W/Y
4.1.1 Implement activities that promote the transfer of knowledge pertaining to addiction in the First Nations and Inuit communities MSSS    
4.1.2 Promote linking and the exchange of good practices with Aboriginal police forces with respect to referral by the police to the crime victims’ assistance centres of victims from the Aboriginal communities MSP SQ
MJQ
W
4.1.3 Establish a working committee on the training of future Aboriginal police officers and police officers working in the Aboriginal communities, including training in investigation MSP MEES  
4.1.4 Support Inuit communities in the implementation of Saqijuq MSSS SAA
MJQ
MSP
 
4.1.5 Participate in the Comité régional des coordonnateurs du Québec pour la mise en oeuvre du principe de Jordan established by the federal government SAA
MSSS
   
4.1.6 Support initiatives devoted to reconciliation between communities and local authorities to focus on specific issues SAA    
4.1.7 Play an active role in the new Federal-Provincial- Territorial-Indigenous Forum in keeping with the call to action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada SAIC
SAA
   
4.1.8 Establish jointly with representatives of the First Nations and Inuit and with government departments and agencies a consensus-building and follow-up mechanism to ensure the implementation of this action plan SAA D/A concerned  
4.1.9 Establish an Aboriginal women’s working committee devoted to sexual abuse, gender equality and spousal and family violence in order to prioritize structuring initiatives for Aboriginal women SCF
SAA
D/A concerned W
4.1.10 Establish in the Aboriginal communities interested an alternative measures program involving the handling of certain conjugal violence cases MJQ DCPP
MSSS
W
4.1.11 Foster the sharing between Aboriginal police forces of practices, expertise and intervention methods in the realm of sexual assault MSP   W
4.1.12 Support mutual aid and sharing initiatives among Aboriginal women SAA   W
4.1.13 Support the consultations related to government priorities conducted by Aboriginal service organizations in their communities and among their clienteles SAA    
4.1.14 Participate, in collaboration with the federal government and the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission, in the elaboration of a transitional process to a new governance model in health and social services for the First Nations of Québec SAA MSSS  
4.1.15 Broaden the action of the Aboriginal Socio-Judicial Forum to include the implementation of measures under this action plan that correspond to the fulfilment of its mandate MJQ SAA
MSP
MSSS
DPCP
 

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4.2 Contribute to the development and promotion of research on the Aboriginal peoples’ social and cultural realities
Measures D/A
Responsible
Collaborating
D/A
W/Y
4.2.1 Conduct qualitative research in prisons to improve understanding of the rehabilitation and healing processes of incarcerated Aboriginal men MSP    
4.2.2 Support the implementation of projects on Aboriginal social and cultural development SAA FQRSC
D/A concerned
 
4.2.3 Establish an Aboriginal section under the Chaire de recherche sur la jeunesse québécoise SAJ   Y
4.2.4 Document the situation of Aboriginal lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and two-spirited individuals MJQ SAA  
4.2.5 Document, in collaboration with Aboriginal partners and organizations the health and well-being needs of Aboriginal men MSSS    
4.2.6 Explore avenues that facilitate monitoring of changes in behaviour with respect to the consumption of psychoactive substances and the practice of the JHA Autochtones MSSS    
4.2.7 Take stock of knowledge on addiction problems in First Nations and Inuit communities MSSS    
4.2.8 Determine possible applications of the information inventoried with respect to addiction treatment in First Nations and Inuit communities MSSS    
4.2.9 Conduct research on targeted themes according to the need for knowledge on addiction in First Nations and Inuit communities MSSS    

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