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Lessons from Community-University Partnerships with First Nations

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Part of the Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood book series (CCSC)

Abstract

The Indigenous Child Project (ICP) and the Aboriginal HIPPY Documentation Project (AHDP) were 2 of 10 component studies in the Child Health, Intervention, Learning, and Development (CHILD) Project, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.2 Jessica Ball, the university-based principal investigator for the ICP, partnered with two on-reserve First Nations communities and two urban Aboriginal community groups to deliver the project. Lucy Le Mare, the university-based principal investigator for AHDP, partnered with Aboriginal HIPPY Canada (the national office of an early education program) and five on-reserve First Nations communities to conduct the AHDP. Both studies ran from 2003 to 2007 and involved multiple Indigenous community partners with an interest in promoting children’s development.

Keywords

Indigenous People Indigenous Community Cultural Safety School Readiness Indigenous Child 
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© Hillel Goelman, Jayne Pivik, and Martin Guhn 2011

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