Actions and Commitments

Call to Action # 41: Justice (25-42)

2021-2022 MMIWG Federal Pathway Annual Progress Report

June 3, 2022

Crown – Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada: For the first anniversary of the national action plan, the Government of Canada re-affirms its commitment to end the violence against Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people by releasing the Federal Pathways ing This report outlines the work we’ve done since in last year and the work we still need to do.

The first Annual Progress Report provides an overview of initiatives that are moving forward through funding provided in the Fall Economic Statement 2020 and Budget 2021, as announced in the Federal Pathway in June 2021, including scope, timeline and which department or agency is responsible for the implementation of each initiative. It is organized in common sections and per theme, based on those elaborated in the Federal Pathway 2021:

  • Culture
  • Health and Wellness
  • Human Safety and Security
  • Justice
  • Organizational Capacity and Coordination. A fifth theme was developed for the purposes of reporting on progress

The first Annual Progress Report is an account of work completed between April 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022 to support transparency, communication, and accountability. It features reporting on Principles for Implementation, key highlights and updates per initiative and per theme, information on efforts to improve the quality of data, and a look ahead to 2022-23. This report also acknowledges places where the government must do more and work to accelerate these initiatives.

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