Our Strategic Picture
The Ontario Native Women’s Association acknowledges the voices of the families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and the leadership of our government, national Provincial Territorial Organizations and Canadian partners like Kairos and Amnesty International to address this issue and bring our women’s issues forward.
Reconciliation with Indigenous Women
CHANGING THE STORY OF MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS (2020)
ONWA's Recommendations for the National Action Plan to Address Violence Against Indigenous Women and Girls.
This report embodies critical recommendations that must be integrated into the national Action Plan to address violence against Indigenous women and girls. Indigenous women are at the center of our families and communities. We need to be at the center of the National Action Plan.
Journey to Safe Spaces
INDIGENOUS ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING ENGAGEMENT REPORT
Ontario’s Strategy to End Human Trafficking launched in 2016.
It aims to increase awareness and coordination efforts, improve survivors’ access to services, and enhance justice sector initiatives. The strategy reflects the diverse views of survivors, front-line community agencies,
public safety representatives, and Indigenous organizations. Supporting survivors and roviding safeguards for those at risk of trafficking is a part
of Ontario’s vision to ensure that everyone in the province can live in safety free from the threat, fear, or experience of exploitation and violence.