So that our voices are heard : forest use and changing gender roles of Dene women in Hay River, Northwest Territories

Women's Empowerment Project, CIDA-Shastri Partnershp Programme, Calgary, Alberta; Soaring Eagle Friendship Centre, CIDA-Shastri Partnership Programme. Women's Empowerment Project, and Kassam, Karim-Aly S., So that our voices are heard : forest use and changing gender roles of Dene women in Hay River, Northwest Territories, Women's Empowerment Project, CIDA-Shastri Partnershp Programme, Calgary, Alberta, 2001.

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Creator Soaring Eagle Friendship Centre
CIDA-Shastri Partnership Programme. Women's Empowerment Project
Kassam, Karim-Aly S.
Title So that our voices are heard : forest use and changing gender roles of Dene women in Hay River, Northwest Territories
Published Women's Empowerment Project, CIDA-Shastri Partnershp Programme, Calgary, Alberta
Soaring Eagle Friendship Centre, CIDA-Shastri Partnership Programme. Women's Empowerment Project, and Kassam, Karim-Aly S., So that our voices are heard : forest use and changing gender roles of Dene women in Hay River, Northwest Territories, Women's Empowerment Project, CIDA-Shastri Partnershp Programme, Calgary, Alberta, 2001.
Identifier nlc-bnc.acu.ucalgary.ourroots.10318
Subject Tinne women Northwest Territories Hay River Social conditions
Tinne Indians Northwest Territories Hay River Social life and customs
Forests and forestry Multiple use Northwest Territories Hay River Region
Déné (Indiens) Territoires du Nord-Ouest Hay River Conditions sociales
Déné (Indiens) Territoires du Nord-Ouest Hay River Moeurs et coutumes
Forêts Polyvalence Territoires du Nord-Ouest Hay River, Région de
Includes map.
Language English
Media Text
Contributor Alouette Canada
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