Diversity and Indigenous Peoples in Canada, 4th Edition
Diversity and Indigenous Peoples in Canada, 4th Edition provides a firm foundation for criminal justice students and law enforcement to understand cultural and identity issues within the Canadian context. Through examining the concepts of diversity, human rights, and Indigenous issues, students will learn to responsibly manoeuvre through Canada’s evolving social landscape—a necessary skill in law enforcement.
This text consists of two parts: Part I explores diversity, multiculturalism, and human rights within Canada; Part II reviews past and present interactions between Indigenous peoples and Canadian settlers.
This comprehensive resource supports college and university courses that focus on diversity, inclusiveness, and social awareness.