The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices


ICRP in brief

The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices

Research

The Institute for Culturally Restorative Practices is committed to offering Indigenous research methodologies as an option to scholarly research. The Institute works within the principles of participatory research with the highest standards of OCAP principles – ownership, control, access, and possession of the research process.

The Institute’s research vitae include:
First Peoples Child & Family Review: A Journal on Innovation and Best Practices in Aboriginal Child Welfare Administration, Research, Policy and Practice


The Association of Native Child and Family Service Agencies of Ontario, contracted the Institute, to deliver the following projects:


Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services contracted the Institute, to deliver the following project:


The Ministry of Child and Youth Services contracted the Institute, to deliver the following project:


Ornge contracted the Institute, to deliver the following project:





THERAPY EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH