We work in partnership with the BC First Nations Justice Council (BCFNJC).
The FNJC is the only organization with a mandate from the First Nations Summit (FNS), the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC), and the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN). The BCAJC, Attorney General, and Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General signed a Memorandum of Understanding (Sept 2017). The goal of the MOU is to jointly develop a provincial Indigenous Justice Strategy, reflecting the following key priorities:
Reconciliation with Indigenous people;
Decreasing the overrepresentation of Indigenous people in the justice system;
Improving the experience of Indigenous people within the justice system;
Addressing violence against Indigenous people, especially women and girls;
Engagement with Indigenous communities and organizations in a respectful and culturally appropriate manner;
Improved access to justice services by Indigenous people; and,
Designing services that provide Indigenous people with culturally relevant, flexible and user-focused processes.
We work in partnership with Legal Services Society (LSS).
We work in partnership with Legal Services Society (LSS) to support Indigenous people exercise their Gladue rights.
LSS has been administering and funding Gladue reports in British Columbia since 2011.
LSS is the provincial legal aid provider in British Columbia. As a non-profit organization, LSS’ goal is to provide legal information, advice, and representation services to people with low incomes in BC.
LSS has a dedicated Indigenous Services Division whose work is focused on ensuring legal aid services meet Indigenous people’s needs.
Alpha-Omega Productions (Kamloops, BC) is an award winning and provincially recognized Aboriginal film production company founded by Nolan McAllister in 2012. Nolan is of Métis ancestry and has a strong passion for creative visual story telling. He is an alumni of the American Society of Cinematography. Alpha-Omega Productions specialize in corporate communications, commercials, documentaries, aerial cinematography, short films, feature films and social media marketing. Winner, 2016 Youth Entrepreneur of the Year, Outstanding Business Achievements - British Columbia Aboriginal Business Awards, Winner, 2015 Youth Business of the Year - All Nations Trust Company
We are currently reviewing partnerships with Gladue Report service delivery organizations and educational institutions on Gladue Report writing training. We will provide updates in due course.
The critical work of implementing Gladue Rights requires a coordinated, systematic approach. There is much work to be done. We invite you to collaborate with us to advance Gladue Rights implementation in British Columbia.
You are invited to join our Circle of Community Partners.