Aboriginal Policy Research Volume II Setting the Agenda for Change
Co-hosted by Indian and Northern Affairs and the University of Western Ontario, the conference promoted interaction between researchers, policy-makers, and Aboriginal peoples. It expanded on the knowledge of the social, economic, and demographic determinants of Aboriginal well-being, and it sought to identify and facilitate the means by which this knowledge may be translated into effective policies.
The texts are divided into complementary themes. The chapters in Volume 2 address the themes of economic development; health; gender issues; and crime, victimization, and healing.