Children Have Power An amazing book of letters from elementary children in Ottawa and Gatineau standing in solidarity with First Nations children. Published by First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada. Click here to order or view sample pages. First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada Educational Resources The program: Education for reconciliation and social justice: Bringing the Shannen’s Dream, Jordan’s Principle, and I am a witness campaigns into the classroom. Each of these resources is available in four (4) formats: Kindergarten to Grade 2, Grades 3-6, Grades 7-8, Grades 9-12 I am witness   Shannen’s Dream Jordan’s Principle  Nunavut Social Services Review In September 2010, CWLC was awarded a contract by the Government of Nunavut to serve as the lead organization to conduct a review of Nunavut’s social service system. Following the delivery of the Social Service Review Report the CWLC was invited to assist in crafting the program, policy and strategic responses to a number of the Report’s recommendations.   CWLC has been assisting on a range of initiatives that are designed to respond directly or indirectly to the recommendations of the Nunavut Social Service Review and the Report of the Auditor General of Canada.   October 7, 2011 - The National Aboriginal Health Organization announce the release of Inuit Child Welfare and Family Support: Policies, Programs and Strategies, on which CWLC collaborated. Please click here to read the press release. To read the full report, please click here. For more information, please click here. July 2011 - The CWLC publishes The Nunavut Social Services Final Report. The intent of this Report is to focus on concrete and practical recommendations and accompanying suggested steps that can lead to meaningful change. This report is available in English, French, Inuinnaqtun, and Inuktitut. [view:publications_by_topic==1]