Métis Voice: HIV, Health and Place Project

This community based participatory action research project used art as a way to talk about the connections between Métis women, youth and communities’ relationships to land and health.  
 
The main research question addressed was: 
 
As Métis women and youth, how does our environment (example: relationship to land and place) impact our sexual and reproductive health (example: HIV)?  
 
It was led by and for Métis youth, communities, and Native Youth Sexual Health Network staff. The project was a partnership between the Native Youth Sexual Health Network, the Métis Nation of Ontario and the Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement in Alberta.
 
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