What Causes Men's Violence Against Women?

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Enacting legislation reconce conflicts and differences between the interested parties. This paper examines the relationship between social and environmental factors in a large community-based sample of mothers who currently or recently received welfare benefits. The current browser does not support Web pages that contain the IFRAME element. 1.1 For the purposes of this manual, the definitions in the Indian Act and the various funding agreements apply. 1.2 Additional general definitions necessary to interpret this manual include: 1.2.1 Active Measures – A program strategy to increase program integration with other government departments, invest in welfare-to-work initiatives to decrease income support dependency and to increase the employability of eligible income assistance clients. 1.2.2 Age of majority – The age at which a person is granted the rights and responsibilities of an adult in accordance with provincial or territorial legislation. 1.2.3 Assisted Living Program (AL) – The funding program to provide social support services to individuals on reserve who require some type of non-medical assistance with their daily activities. 1.2.4 Authorities – Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) funding and program authorities received from Treasury Board, see Section 8.0. 1.2.5 Child – A person under the age of majority in the relevant province or territory. 1.2.7 Catchment area – The geographic area being served. 1.2.8 Family Violence Prevention Program (FVPP) – The funding program designed to support culturally appropriate family violence prevention and protection services for First Nation families, on reserve. 1.2.9 First Nation Child and Family Services Program (FNCFS) – The funding program designed to support culturally appropriate prevention and protection services for First Nations children and families, ordinarily resident on reserve. 1.2.10 Income Assistance Program (IA) – The funding program designed to provide needs-tested last resort income support, to individuals on reserve previously referred to as social assistance. 1.2.11 National Child Benefit Reinvestment (NCBR) – A funding program that provides community-based supports and services for children in low-income families on reserve. 1.2.12 Ordinarily Resident on a Reserve (specified communities) – Unique circumstances exist that support considering individuals living in some non-reserve communities or who are members of land-less Indian Bands as being "ordinarily resident on reserve" for the purpose of being eligible to receive programs and services.

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Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (September 16, 1999)

ISBN: 0761906185

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