Volume 5 Issue 3: THE FIGHT OF OUR LIVES – Preventing Suicide Among Indigenous Peoples

People march to prevent suicide in Arviat, Nunavut, summer 2017. image courtesy of Lindsay DuPré.

People march to prevent suicide in Arviat, Nunavut, summer 2017. Image courtesy of Lindsay DuPré.

FEATURES

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Applying a public health approach to suicide prevention
among Indigenous peoples
Tim Argetsinger

OVERHEARD

NORTHERN VOICES
Walking for suicide prevention: An interview with Alissa Matoo
Aviaq Johnston

ARTS & CULTURE
kamatsiagit Ulugianattumi — Safe in a dangerous place
Alex Saunders

SUICIDE PREVENTION AMONG INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Early childhood adversity as a key mechanism by which colonialism is mediated into suicide behavior
Allison Crawford & Jack Hicks

An holistic approach to promoting resilience and bimaadiziwin among
First Nations youth in communities in Northwestern Ontario

Janet Gordon & Kimberly Matheson

Making a difference: How Northwest Alaska is working to reduce youth suicide
Lisa Wexler, Jodi Barnett, Lucas Trout & Roberta Moto

The National Inuit Suicide Prevention Strategy: An Inuit-led approach to suicide prevention
Natan Obed

Reducing the Incidence of Suicide in Indigenous Groups
– Strengths United through Networks (RISING SUN)
Roberto Delgado

Arctic Mental Health Working Group: Promoting research to address
mental and behavioural health challenges in the Arctic

Carrie Eischens & Cheryl Rosa

A critical analysis of myth-perpetuating research on suicide prevention
Jack Hicks

ARTICLES

Inclusive education in Nunavut
— A rights perspective

Laurie Pelly

Industrial mega-projects and waste management in Northern communities
Morgon Mills & Catherine Keske

BOOK REVIEWS


Download Volume 5, Issue 3, April 2018