The resources below will help you better understand cultural abuse, how to prevent it, and how to get support.
The Canadian Department of Justice provide a 59 page presentation, in English, Inuinnaqtun, Inuktitut and Labradorimiut, pertaining to Inuit family violence and how to seek help.
Settlement.Org provides abuse prevention and support information to newcomers to Ontario, available in 12 different languages. Please utilize local contact numbers, if you need additional support.
In 2005, the Pauktuutit Inuit Women’s Association of Ottawa submitted this detailed report to the Department of Canadian Heritage, surrounding how to apply Inuit cultural approaches to the prevention of family violence and abuse.
The Canadian Paediatric Society has provided an elaborate report on how to assess and respond to child maltreatment while supporting children who are new to Canada.
Global Affairs Canada has provided cultural information, to help newcomers to Canada understand the basics of Canada.
Caring for Kids New to Canada presents information about how developmental disabilities are perceived across various cultures, as well as different factors that health practitioners should be aware of.
This resource will give you up-to-date information regarding how the NL Office for the Status of Women is supporting Indigenous women.
The Association of New Canadians has created a pocket guide for Newcomers to our province.
Welcome NL offers communities a toolkit of resources to raise awareness around and offer guidance on welcoming newcomers to our community.