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Between October 2016- March 2021, PATHS worked with Indigenous partners, including Knowledge Keepers, to facilitate the design, delivery, and research of nato’ we ho win (a Cree word, which can be translated as “the art of self-healing”).
nato’ we ho win is a trauma-and-violence-informed, artistic, and cultural program where participants engage in cultural and creative activities to increase stress management skills, social support networks, and knowledge of traditional Indigenous culture and to address issues related to intimate partner violence.
The project was supported through the Public Health Agency of Canada’s investment Supporting the Health of Survivors of Family Violence (contribution #1617-HQ-000035). Read more about the project here.
"A phone, a smart home, a digitally connected car — these are the tools of digital domestic abuse that anti-violence experts say is on the rise." https://halifax.citynews.ca/local-news/from-smart-homes-to-connected-cars-new-tools-of-domestic-abuse-make-escape-harder-6302304