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Address

#200-2019 Dundas Street
Vancouver , British Columbia
V5L 2B6

Canada Canada

Phone

604-254-5513

Fax

604-254-5538

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Website

http://www.kayaweb.ca

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Knowledgeable Aboriginal Youth Association (KAYA)


bullet Mission/Vision

KAYA’s mandate is to advocate for urban Aboriginal youth within the Greater Vancouver area, encourage and assist urban Aboriginal youth to assert their voices and to create participation within the Aboriginal community to build participation capacity towards healthy progression.

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bullet What does the organization do?

Much of KAYA’s work involves youth programs, advocacy, consultations, research initiatives, community and policy development, and the development of youth representation within governance structures. KAYA believes that a national model of youth engagement leading to influencing and changing...
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bullet Opportunities for Youth

This project breaks barriers that Aboriginal youth face such as the communication barrier. The project translates the bureaucracy of the processes pertaining to Aboriginal youth services into a language so that youth can understand and make an informed decision. Other objectives of the KAYA...
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Categories

Neocolonialism & Imperialism
Indigenous Peoples
Languages
Poverty

Youth Led

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