This project is about encouraging people to nominate Inuit community members who demonstrate healthy relationships, gender equality, and how to live free from violence. One of the ways you can support this campaign is to start a conversation about these important themes, and if possible provide them with some time and space to write their own nominations. It is also possible to identify a person together and create a collective nomination. When you nominate someone, you are letting them know that they help you in your daily life. You also create an opportunity for others to learn from them. The deadline for nominations is April 14, The nominations can be sent via fax or email, they can be hand writing or typed, if possible, a teacher can become a point person to collect submissions and send them to us. Up to six individuals will be selected through regional and then national committees to be interviewed in their community and featured in videos and posters that will be shared online.
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Objective: This study responded to a community-identified need to form an evidence base for interventions to promote mental health and wellness among youth in Nunavut. Methods: A literature review was conducted using the terms adolescence and Inuit and intervention or program or camp or land-based. PubMed and Google Scholar databases were used to find peer-reviewed and grey literature on community-based youth programs. The literature review was presented to parents, elders, and youth for discussion over several months in Results: Key themes included: self-esteem, physical activity, stress and coping, positive peer relationships, Inuit identity, mental health and well-being, and the effects of intergenerational trauma on youth in Nunavut.
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The Inuit , or Eskimo are aboriginal people who make their homes in the Arctic and subarctic regions of Siberia and North America. Inuit describes the various groups of indigenous peoples who live throughout Inuit Nunangat ,   that is the Inuvialuit Settlement Region of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut of Northern Canada , Nunavik in Quebec and Nunatsiavut in Labrador , as well as in Greenland. The term culture of the Inuit , therefore, refers primarily to these areas; however, parallels to other Eskimo groups can also be drawn. The traditional lifestyle of the Inuit is adapted to extreme climatic conditions; their essential skills for survival are hunting and trapping. Agriculture was never possible in the millions of square kilometres of tundra and icy coasts from Siberia to Northern America including Greenland. Therefore, hunting became the core of the culture and cultural history of the Inuit. They used harpoons, bows and arrows, and to take down animals of all sizes.
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