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News & Updates



Native Youth Sexual Health Network and National Aboriginal Council of Midwives Announce Partnership during “Heart Your Parts” Week 2014!
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Testimony submitted to UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues on the Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights of Indigenous Peoples - Expert Group Meeting
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For each bead, moccasin top & ceremony for our missing and murdered Indigenous women and families: NYSHN Statement of Support & Media Advisory for Walking With our Sisters
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In Honor of the Young Women's Empowerment Project and Youth Speaking for Themselves.
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Statement on Justice, Criminalization, and Incarceration - EMRIP 2013.
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NYSHN statement in support of 4th Annual Tar Sands Healing Walk.
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Check out and share our new tasty, safer sex memes for National Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week.
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NYSHN Joins #HeartYourParts National Sexual/Reproductive Health Campaign.
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NYSHN statement & resources on sexual assault in support of Indigenous women in IDLE NO MORE and all survivors of violence.
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NYSHN endorses the Two-Spirit Leadership Call on Washington to Include Native Women in the Re-Authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
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Watch the joint video statement from Indigenous youth across North America on World AIDS Day from the National Native American Youth Council on HIV/AIDS and National Aboriginal Youth Council on HIV/AIDS.
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16 page feature of Indigenous midwifery in the latest edition of the Association of Ontario Midwives.
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