Tân’si Indigenous folks. Got something to say about resilience? Launching the research portion of the Indigenous Women and Youth Resilience Project is a survey that explores the questions: what does resilience look like for Indigenous women, youth, trans, and two-spirit? And how might those practices of resilience be used to support those communities and address the crushing rates of violence they experience.
This research ONLY collects the voices of Indigenous peoples and asks that only Indigenous peoples participate. If you would like to complete this survey in another language or have visual impairments please contact the Indigenous Women and Youth Resilience Project Team on the project website and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
Please read the consent form linked below to understand your rights. Consent is implied upon completing survey. Please read the consent form on the website and contact us with any questions. If you are under 18, you need permission from a parent or guardian to complete the survey. Please speak to your parent or guardian before completing
The Indigenous Women and Youth Resilience Project is exploring what resilience means specifically for Indigenous women and youth. A broad definition of resilience is positive adaptation to negative life circumstances. But what does this mean specifically for Indigenous peoples with diverse experiences and identities? This survey seeks to gather the many distinct meanings and actions of resilience. There is no right or wrong answer, and when the survey is posted next week, feel free to write as much as you wish.
You have two options, take the survey online, or download the Word document and mail in your survey to the address provided on survey form. Please let us know if you have any trouble. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (780) 566-2862. Thank you so much for taking the time.
Read consent form before completing survey 🙂 Ekosi.