Stolen Sisters, Amnesty International Canada, 2004

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    Stolen Sisters - A Human Rights Response to discrimination and violence against Indigenous Women in Canada (October, 2004): Recommendations

    1. Acknowledge the seriousness of the problem

    2. Support research into the extent and causes of violence against Indigenous women

    3. Take immediate action to protect women at greatest risk

    4. Provide training and resources for police to make prevention of violence against Indigenous women a genuine priority

    5. Address the social and economic factors that lead to Indigenous women’s extreme vulnerability to violence

    6. End the marginalization on Indigenous women in Canadian society

    Updated: 20 October 2005

    http://www.amnesty.ca/campaigns/sisters_recommendations.php
     

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