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Les jeunes Autochtones de la rue risquent plus d’aller en prison
October 08, 2015 | ICI Radio Canada

Les jeunes Autochtones qui vivent dans la rue sont plus aptes Õ ÕŽtre incarcÕ©rÕ©s que ceux d’origine diffÕ©rente, indique une Õ©tude effectuÕ©e Õ Vancouver pendant presque huit ans. ÕÑ l’aide de questionnaires et de rÕ©munÕ©rations, les chercheurs du Centre d’e...

Vancouver Aboriginal street youth face higher incarceration rates, report says
October 07, 2015 | CBC News

Aboriginal street youth in Vancouver are 1.4 times more likely to be jailed than their non-aboriginal counterparts, according to a study released Wednesday by the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS. The report, conducted by the centre’s Urban Health Research Initiative, said one explanation ...

Aboriginals far more likely to be jailed: Report
October 07, 2015 | 24 Hours (Vancouver)

Aboriginal street kids are more likely to see the inside of a jail cell than their non-aboriginal counterparts – so concludes an eight-year study on the matter by the Urban Health Research Initiative. From 2005 to 2013, the study with researchers from Simon Fraser University, University of BC,...

Aboriginal street youth in Vancouver face higher rates of incarceration than non aboriginal peers: Study
October 07, 2015 | The Vancouver Sun

VANCOUVER – Aboriginal street youth in Vancouver spend more time in prison than their non-aboriginal peers, according to a study released Wednesday by the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS. The At Risk Youth study, conducted by the centre’s Urban Health Research Initiative and publish...

Aboriginal street youth in Vancouver experience elevated risk of incarceration
October 07, 2015 | Vancity Buzz

Aboriginal street youth in Vancouver are 1.4 times more likely to end up in jail, compared to non-Aboriginal street youth, a new study has found. The study, released by the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS, collected data from 1050 street youth between September 2005 and May 2013, determining wh...
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