Priorities and Recommendations

Regional Priorities identified in 2010 by the Orientation Committee of the partners for health and well-being in Nunavik.

Priority A-Prevent parental neglect and develop a cross-sector network of parental support

Timeframe for the drafting of recommendations

Between 2010 and 2012, the Qiturngavut working committee under the chairwomanship of Annie Nulukie drafted a first and final set of recommendations.

The Youth advisory committee, under the successive leadership of Jonathan Epoo, Lizzie Tukai and Muncy Novalinga adjusted and approved the recommendations.

The NRBHSS board of directors studied and adopted the recommendations in December 2012.

Recommendations

For detailed information regarding the recommendations, please read the following documents:

Prevention of neglect and parental support: complete recommendations 2012

Priority B-Include community involvement mechanisms in the Youth Protection Process

Timeframe for the drafting of recommendations 

Between 2010 and 2013, the Youth Protection Working Committee under the chairwomanship of Maina Beaulne drafted recommendations.

The Youth advisory committee, adjusted, completed and approved the recommendations in 2014.

The NRBHSS board of directors studied and adopted the recommendations in December 2014.

Recommendations

For detailed information regarding the recommendations, please read the following documents:

Community involvement in Youth Protection Process: complete recommendations, 2014

Priority C-Develop an alternative justice measures program for the eligible youth under the Young Criminal Justice Act

Timeframe for the drafting of recommendations

Since 2013, Makivik Corporation has taken the leadership on this file and works closely with the NRBHSS and the region’s Directors of Youth Protection. In the coming months, Makivik Corporation should be able to table a framework and a protocol for eligible youth to the program of alternative measures of justice.

Recommendations

For detailed information regarding the recommendations, please read the following document:

Alternative justice measures under YCJA: up-coming 2015

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