An annual art contest designed to celebrate young Nunavut artists, and to encourage hope and healing through art. Children and youth have the opportunities to explore their creativity and create art to help others. Each year there are different themes for each age group. In 2021, children aged 5-12 could send a drawing under the three Health Promotion themes (Environmental Health, Physical activity and Healthy families). Youth aged 13-18 could send a piece of art under the Mental Health Promotion themes (Mindfulness, My happy place and Self-Care)
Inspiring Nunavummiuq of the Month – Meet Brittany Holm
My name is Brittany Holm, I am the Mental Health Outreach and Addictions worker here in Naujaat. I have been working in this position for five years now. I have a 15-month-old daughter Aurora-Wynter with my Fiancé Aaron who I met in Naujaat. The best part about working in the community is getting to see the smiles.
Nunavut Colouring Pages
Please enjoy these colouring pages that were developed for the Suicide prevention summit.
The Isaksimagit Inuusirmi Katujjiqatigiit Embrace Life Council is happy to share the Inutsiaq Campaign videos on this special occasion, Pink Shirt Day. On this day, let’s give support and kindness to one another in our communities. These small moments can make a difference. Please see below for all four videos included in the Inutsiaq Campaign..
Inspiring Nunavummiuq of the Month – Meet Brianna Taparti
Every month IIKELC is highlighting inspiring and uplifting stories from Nunavummiut across the territory. This month we are proud to celebrate Brianna Duffy’s leadership! “One of the things I am most passionate about these days is opening up communication surrounding mental health. For many people it’s difficult to open up about their struggles; so I.
Holiday Self-Care Calendar
…the holidays can be hard, especially if you’ve lost a loved one to suicide. We invite you to follow along with these daily self-care prompts over your winter break. If you can, print off this calendar and check off every self-care activity you do over the Holidays! If you follow along and do every single.
Aippagiittiarniq Discussion Guide
Aippagiittiarniq means “ways of being in good partnership” in Inuktut; the objective of the Aippagiittiarniq discussion guide is to provide an opportunity for youth to discuss their understanding of healthy and unhealthy relationships in a manner conducive to free expression of their ideas and feelings. While examples and descriptions of different kinds of abuse and.