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2010/11 Annual Report on the State of Inuit Culture and Society Released

November 21, 2012

Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. Vice-President Jack Anawak today released the 2010/11 Annual Report on the State of Inuit Culture and Society, entitled The Status of Inuit Children and Youth in Nunavut.

“Children and youth issues deserve more attention,” said Anawak. “This report highlights the ways in which we must provide for our children more, especially in the areas of Inuit culture, language, education, early childhood development, health, social services, and poverty.”

The report calls on governments to work with Inuit to ensure that our children’s basic human and Indigenous rights are met in Nunavut, and also calls for an Inuit-led Nunavut-wide discussion about setting Inuit-specific societal goals for our children.”

The report is an annual obligation of Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Article 32.3.4. As required by Article 32, the report will be tabled in the Nunavut Legislative Assembly, and the House of Commons.

For further information:

Kerry McCluskey
Director of Communications
Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated
Tel: (867) 975-4914
Toll-free: 1-888-646-0006
kmccluskey[at]tunngavik.com

2010/11 Annual Report on the State of Inuit Culture and Society Released (pdf)

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