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|Title:||"Integration of Program and services for First Nations Communities: Thoughts for Consideration?"|
|Publisher:||School of Native Human Services|
|Citation:||Greenwood, Margo, 2003. Integration of Program and services for First Nations Communities: Thoughts for Consideration?". NSWJ-V4, p.9-29.|
|Abstract:||Integration of programs and services for Aboriginal people (status and non-status Indian, Metis and Inuit peoples) is often regarded as a way for the government to reduce it's funding and in many cases abdicate its fiduciary obligations. While there is a great need for the effective delivery of early childhood services in Aboriginal communities, safeguarding against processes that promote the assimilation of Aboriginal peoples is even more critical.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 4, December 2003: Aboriginal Children & Youth, Issues & Challenges|
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