Cultural Matters: Best Practices in Indian Child Welfare Cases

May 4, 2012
Albuquerque, NM

Faculty Bios | Summit Agenda | Acknowledgments

Overview of the History and Cultural Context of ICWA:
Trauma Responses

Dolores Subia-BigFoot, Ph.D., Indian Country Child Trauma Center

Overview of the History and Cultural Context of ICWA Trauma Fact Sheet 2009Trauma Fact Sheet 2009 History of VictimizationHistory of Victimization Issues

 


Ensuring Timely and Complete Tribal Notice and Implementing Placement Preferences

Hon. Jill Tompkins, Director, American Indian Law Program, University of Colorado Law School

Ensuring Timely and Complete Tribal Notice and Implementing Placement Preferences Power Point for ICWA Better ICWA Practices
Better ICWA Practices

 


The Qualified Expert Witness

Margaret Burt, Child Welfare Attorney and Consultant

The Qualified Expert Witness Power Point for ICWA Experts

 


Tribal-State Collaboration and Cooperation: Intergovernmental Child Welfare Agreements

Hon. William Parnall, Judge, Second Judicial District Court and Co-Chair, Tribal-State Judicial Consortium,
Bernie Teba, Native American Liaison, CYFD, and
Regina Yazzie, Program Director, Navajo Children & Family Services

Tribal-State Collaboration and Cooperation: Intergovernmental Child Welfare Agreements Power Point for Working with ICWA

 


References for Tribal Consortium

PDF: ICWA US CodeUS Code PDF: ICWA guidelines
ICWA guidelines
PDF: New Mexico Tribal-State Judicial ConsortiumNew Mexico Tribal-State Judicial Consortium PDF: Trauma in Indian CountryTrauma in Indian Country