Taking Action is a youth-led project by Aboriginal communities across Canada that explores healthy sexuality, structural inequalities, and culture. The youth learn about HIV and create artwork to share with their communities as a form of health promotion.
Campaign 2000 is a movement to bring attention to the governments failure to keep its promise to end child poverty by 2000. Their website offers many resources about the state of child poverty and initiatives that have been taken to end child poverty, as well as opportunities for action.
The Public Health Agency of Canada provides many educational resources and activities on children's rights for children aged 4 and above. The site has a section for child and youth, parents and caregivers, as well as educators. There are also links to events across the country for National Child day.
The Promising Practices in Aboriginal Education website links visitors to educational resources that have been developed to explore Aboriginal culture from early childhood to professional development. The website includes promising practices to support education within Aboriginal communities and taking place across Canada, as well as documents about current issues facing Aboriginal communities.
Taking IT Global hosts opportunities online to connect youth and causes through petitions, online games, resources and action guides. There are many examples on this website of creative ways others have made a difference as well as ideas of how to spread the word about your campaign and engage community members.
Kairos Canada is a faith-based social justice organization which works with community members and partners to advance human rights and ecological issues. Their website offers links to the Blanket Exercise to explore Indigenous history and lead participants to a place of understanding, as well as various other initiatives and reports the organization has supported to educate the public about issues facing Indigenous children and communities.
Canadian Feed the Children offers the National Aboriginal Nutrition Program to ensure young Aboriginal students receive at least one nutritious meal during their school day and that families as well as communities receive programs to learn about nutrition. The program hopes to assist in combatting poor health and educational outcomes in many Aboriginal communities.
The Legacy of Hope website offers various resources which discuss the history and legacy of the residential school system, as well as promising community-based practices for healing.
The Aboriginal Healing Foundation provides resources discussing the effects of residential schools and community-led healing practices that have been developed by Aboriginal Peoples.
The Arctic Children and Youth Foundation provides overviews of current programs underway in Northern Canada by the foundation. These programs include Playing to Strength (engaging youth to speak about the challenges they face to a healthy wellbeing), Sivuniksarmut Niriungniqarniq (School Suspension Program), Kamajiit (Safe Communities Program), and Better Drummer Boy (Booklet for health promotion).