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Keewatin Productions & Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

1200+ Teachings The full scope of violence and abuse against Indigenous women and girls in Canada remains overlooked and misunderstood. The 2018 film “1200+” by Keewatin Productions is a call to awareness and action on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, that also serves as a public education tool to increase understanding and empathy […]


Youth Violence Prevention Project

Spence Neighbourhood Association, Winnipeg The Youth Violence Prevention Project is a 24-week program that engages girls and non-binary youth in recognizing and preventing violence in their communities. Facilitators and elders from the community engage participants in a diverse curriculum and involve them in activities that build understanding, bridge ethnocultural communities, develop leadership, and empower marginalized […]


Red Road to Healing

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre, Winnipeg Designed by an Anishinaabe woman from Winnipeg, this program centres on Indigenous teaching and ceremonies to facilitate healing for women who have experienced domestic violence. The program will be introduced to women in the community three times over the year, and will mentor community facilitators in its delivery. Women […]


Sexually Exploited Youth and Adult Outreach Facilitation

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, Headingly This grant funds a Sexual Exploitation Outreach Facilitator to coordinate sexual exploitation services across the city. The Outreach Facilitator will connect directly with women, trans people, and youth who are engaged in the sex industry and build bridges to community resources, advocacy, and ongoing support. This work will […]


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