The National Aboriginal Health Organization suggests that Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals and educators should communicate based on the social, political, linguistic and spiritual contexts of the individual (Baba 2013). Cultural security allows people to realize that services respect their values and beliefs, as well as their cultural identity (Gerlach 2012). Cultural sensitivity is a recognition of the need to respect cultural differences (Baba 2013). Because Aboriginal elders pass on knowledge, they could play a key role in training professionals and executives who work with individuals and groups to promote culturally sensitive approaches (Nametau Innu 2010). Strengthening cultural identity and healing power is important for well-being (Government of Canada 2013). Identity is a key factor in children`s development, as a sense of belonging to the family, community and peers helps children cope with adversity. Identity can also help to decolonize practices by improving understanding of the relationship with the country and spiritual traditions (Iseke 2013). The social participation of alumni is a promising way to increase Aboriginal participation in service management, as promoted by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (Canada`s Reconciliation and Reconciliation Commission in 2015). During coffee meetings, Aboriginal elders indicated that their questioning only takes into account their perception of the problems, although they are also entitled to propose solutions.
This highlights cultural differences: Western-centered cultures focus on diagnosing problems, while indigenous cultures focus on reconstruction and resilience. Partnerships need to be developed with Aboriginal peoples to develop research projects based on their needs, so that they can achieve tangible benefits. Researchers, policy makers and professionals need to design interventions that meet the specific needs of different groups within Aboriginal communities. These interventions, which vary from community to community, must ensure cultural security, focused on values, customs and needs, and be offered to all Aboriginal peoples, whether they live in rural, community or urban settings. The ETUC Youth Committee and FERPA will work together to build a real bridge between generations of different countries and Europe as a whole to highlight the link between access to affordable health care and gender equality, in January 2017, two members of The Elders expressed concern about the re-establishment of Mexico City`s Mexico City policy by recently inaugurated U.S. President Donald Trump. Gro Harlem Brundtland, an abortion advocate, said that “this decision endangers the health of women and children” and warned that “people in danger will die unnecessarily.”  Access to appropriate health and social services is a central theme for indigenous peoplesFootnote 1 who face considerable challenges in the areas of education, Housing, Economic Development, Welfare and Health (Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador [AFNQL] and First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) 2007; National Association of Friendship Centres [NAFC] 2013; Saini and Quinn 2013; Wilson et al.