Anti-Racism, Cultural Safety & Humility Framework

Systemic racism is woven into the foundation and practices of the health system, including through the exclusion and dismissal of First Nations perspectives and practices related to health and wellness. Research and reviews continue to affirm that race is a social determinant of health and racism is a public health issue.

The purpose of the Anti-Racism, Cultural Safety & Humility Framework (the Framework) is to outline strategic objectives and priority action areas to support a vision of a health and wellness system that is free of racism and discrimination against First Nations; one where First Nations people seeking health care feel safe from racism and have access to care that positively affirms their cultures, rights, and identities.


Advocacy,  Cultural Competency,  Health Equity,  

Keyword Tags:

  • advocacy
  • Anti-racism
  • cultural competency
  • health equity
  • social determinants of health
  • stigma