DATA | EDUCATION RESOURCES

MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS REPORT

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A snapshot of data from 71 urban cities in the United States | Urban Indian Health Institute 

CSVANW

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To stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in our communities. The CSVANW takes ownership and responsibility for the future of Native women and children by providing support, education, and advocacy using our strengths, power and unity to create violence-free communities

THE UNSOLVED CASES OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN & GIRLS

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This project is part of CBC's ongoing investigation into missing and murdered Indigenous women. We continue to expand our database of all unsolved cases. You can search more than 250 of those cases.

SOVEREIGN BODIES INSTITUTE

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Sovereign Bodies Institute (SBI) builds on Indigenous traditions of data gathering and knowledge transfer to create, disseminate, and put into action research on gender and sexual violence against Indigenous people.

SBI is a home for generating new knowledge and understandings of how Indigenous nations and communities are impacted by gender and sexual violence, and how they may continue to work towards healing and freedom from such violence. In the spirit of building such freedom, SBI is strongly committed to upholding the sovereignty of all bodies Indigenous peoples hold sacred--our physical bodies, nations, land, and water--and does not accept grants from colonial governments or extractive industries. Similarly, SBI’s work is not limited by colonial borders, concepts of gender, politics of identity or recognition, or ways of knowing. SBI honors the epistemologies and lifeways of indigenous peoples, and is bound by accountability to the land, our ancestors, and each other.

ZUYA WINYAN WICAYUONIHAN | HONORING WARRIOR WOMEN

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A study on missing & murdered Indigenous women and- girls in states impacted by the Keystone XL pipeline. Produced by the Sovereign Bodies Institute

TRAFFICKING IN TRIBAL NATIONS

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Why is human trafficking more prevalent in Native American populations?

DATA TRIBAL LAW AND POLICY INSTITUTE

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A Native American operated non-profit:

Dedicated to providing free publication resources, comprehensive training, and technical assistance for Native nations and tribal justice systems in pursuit of our vision to empower Native communities to create and control their own institutions for the benefit of all community members, now, and for future generations.

SOAR for Native Communities

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SOAR Online is a series of training modules that can be completed anytime, anywhere. Because individuals who have experienced trafficking or who are at risk of trafficking access a variety of services, SOAR Online includes training tailored for specific professionals on how to identify and respond to human trafficking

National Indian Nations Conference

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The Indian Nations Conference is the oldest and largest DOJ Indian conference to serve the unique needs of crime victims in Indian country. This website provides information on the upcoming conference and resource materials from past conferences.