The Native Youth Sexual Health Network is an organization throughout Canada and the United States that is aiming to work through issues related to sexual relationships and reproduction through the continent in a human rights perspective. Their website includes information on fighting homophobia and transphobia, as well as different projects such as the Grandmother Spirit Project and School Pushout. Also listed on the website is phone numbers for help-lines and different useful centres/circles.
This resource was prepared by UNICEF and discusses what it means to have a child friendly city. The resource also provides different methods of child participation in city planning and also provides infromation for teachers looking to integrate this idea into their classrooms.
The Native Women's Association of Canada strives to better the lives of Indigenous women, girls and their families through advocacy and policy work. Some of their main areas of interest are: education, health, justice, violence protection and human rights. Their website explains the issues within each area - for example, the high numbers of Aboriginal women in prison is listed under justice. They provide documents and resources on how change can be achieved.
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.
The Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children provides news releases, a resource guide, as well as shares reports and educational resources on the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Coalition's website also includes access to an annual child-rights analysis of the federal budget and encourages the participation of children/youth in their reporting process.
This is a poster by Unicef Canada illustrating The Convention on the Rights of the Child in child friendly language.