- Aboriginal Peoples
- Human Rights
The records were coded based on names of organizations that match four issues: Aboriginal peoples, environment, human rights and women. The coding included any organization associated with these four sectors, such as the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) or the Canadian Institute for Climate Studies. Whether or not an organization was included in one of the sectors was based on one of two factors: membership and/or mandate. Self-identified human rights or civil liberties organizations, for instance, were coded as human rights (e.g. Powell River Civil Liberties Association or B.C. Human Rights Council). Similarly, organizations were included if their primary mandate fit within one of these sectors, such as transition homes or family crisis centres for women. At the same time, organizations whose membership was primarily Aboriginal peoples or women were included, such as the Victorian Order of Nurses. The data collection excluded grants to governments (e.g, municipalities), government agencies, individuals and for-profit organizations.
Aboriginal governments category: This category is a sub-set of the Aboriginal peoples category (ie. all records under this category are also identified as Aboriginal peoples). We included all organizations with the following keywords: band, tribe, reserve and government. We also manually reviewed all the remaining records to include references to Aboriginal peoples’ communities that did not specify an organization or association (eg. “Algonquin of Pikwakanagan” was included in this category). Other common keywords for this category included development corporation, development fund, management services, regional development, education authority, child and family services, fisheries and education authority, construction, housing corporation and association, land corporation, board of education, “Metis and Non-Status” or Non Stat, alcohol and drug abuse, college, Société de Développement.
All information sources from statefunding.ca and the database should be acknowledged by the User and cited as follows:
- Clément, Dominique. “page title or document title.” State Funding for Social Movements. www.statefunding.ca (date accessed).
Dominique Clément. [year] State Funding for Social Movements Database. Retrieved from http://www.statefunding.ca