A National paper on youth suicide./ Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates.
by Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates; Office of the Child and Youth Advocate of Alberta; British Columbia Representative for Child and Youth; Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth; New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate; Newfoundland and Labrador Office of the Child and Youth Advocate; Nova Scotia Office of the Ombudsman, Youth Services; Nunavut Representative for Children and Youth; Ombudsman Ontario Children and Youth Unit; Prince Edward Island Office for Children and Youth; Québec Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse; Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth; Yukon Child Advocate Office.Material type: BookPublisher: [S. l. ] : Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates., 2019Description: 26 p. : 28 cm.Subject(s): Children -- Laws and legislation -- New Brunswick | Children -- Protection -- New Brunswick | Suicide | Suicide -- Prevention | Suicidal behaviourDDC classification: CA2 NB CYA N16 2019 Online resources: Electronic document (PDF) [english]
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Aussi disponible en français sous le titre : Rapport national sur le suicide chez les jeunes.
The Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates (Council) is an alliance of Advocates, Representatives, and Ombudsman that spans across 10 provinces and two territories, who hold legislative mandates to uphold the rights of children and youth in Canada. Major work has been accomplished by the Council in their respective jurisdictions on the issue of youth suicide. This national paper provides findings resulting from an in-depth analysis of the vast scope of work by members of the Council and calls on the federal government to make change.
Includes bibliographical references (p.26).