Indigenous Women’s Reproductive Justice and Reconciliation This cultural conversation explores how healthcare practitioners’ everyday practices can foster Indigenous women’s reproductive justice as part of their ongoing commitment to reconciliation. This conversation is grounded in Dr. McKenzie’s doctoral study funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research with urban Indigenous women living on the homelands of the Métis and Treaty One (Winnipeg), Treaty Four (Regina), and Treaty Six (Saskatoon) territories.
To learn more about the research project titled Indigenous women’s reproductive (in)justice(s) and selfdetermination: Envisioning futures through a collaborative research project please visit www.hollyannmckenzie.ca/Indigenous-RJ/ . The project findings are the basis for this cultural conversation.
For more information contact First Nations & Métis Relations Julie.Haubrich@saskhealthauthority.ca