Union of Ontario Indians Child Welfare Law Initiative Community Consultation: Curve Lake First Nation Curve Lake Community Centre, 20 Whetung Street East 2012 will have to be rescheduled to a later date.
Band Representative Initiatives
The Social Services department is currently moving forward on several key initiatives involving the Band Representative position. We have enclosed all the information in this package and the list below outlines what each initiative requires
Band Representative Central ListingIn our efforts to ensure consistent notification by Children’s Aid Societies to Anishinabek Nation Band Representatives when required by legislation, the Social Development department at the Union of Ontario Indians is building a central database. This database will be made available to Child Welfare agencies when they come into contact with Anishinabek children through a central listing posted on the Social Services pages of the website. Another reason to create this central database is to ensure that new information about the Band Representative system becomes quickly distributed when it becomes available.
Our last initiative is still in development and is not complete, but we hope in partnership with the Anishinabek Educational Institute to offer a Child Welfare Advocate Graduate Certificate. This program will cover job specific training such as the history of Child Welfare in Ontario, First Nations family systems and legal processes in Family Court. Please stay updated by visiting our website or Facebook for updates (Anishinabek Nation Social Services)
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Children First: The Aboriginal Advisor's Report
Band Representative Costing Study
File: Band Representative Costing Study Form.docx
Band Rep Costing Study Consent
Band Rep Central Listing
File: Band Representative Central Listing Form.docx
child welfare initiative
File: Child Welfare Law Initiative - January 2012.pptx
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