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Deadline: Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Purpose and objectives
The grant funds Indigenous Court Work Program services:
- provided by Alberta-based Indigenous communities and organizations
- for a maximum of 3 years
This court work program makes sure Indigenous clients can get services in criminal, youth or family court that are:
- culturally relevant
Help Indigenous clients understand:
- their right to speak for themselves or to ask for a lawyer
- what the charges against them mean
- how the criminal justice system or family court functions
Help staff working in the criminal justice system and family court understand Indigenous peoples’:
- socio-economic conditions
Deal with misunderstandings between Indigenous clients and staff working in the criminal justice system and family court.
Applicants must be located in Alberta and be one of the following:
- First Nations
- Metis Settlements General Council and Metis Settlements
- Metis Nation of Alberta
- treaty organizations
- Indigenous not-for-profit organizations
- for-profit organizations
- schools or school boards
How to apply
Grant application deadline: Wednesday, February 15, 2023
- This is a proposal based process – there is no application form.
- Email [email protected]
- for proposal guidelines and instructions or
- if you have any questions
Connect with the Indigenous Court Work Program:
Email: [email protected]
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