The aboriginal women population, as we know, is growing faster than any other population in the justice system. There are a couple of key things we'd like to address. One is that we believe it's the responsibility of the men in our communities to start taking responsibility for the abuse that has happened in our communities. The women have worked really hard to be leaders in our healing movement and have made the necessary changes. Now it's up to the men to buck up.
We say that from a number of points. One is to educate our young men properly and to provide them with the right education as to the role of men in our community. The other, speaking as the chair of the Family Violence Death Review Committee, is that we recognize that most of the victimization occurs, and the violence occurs, with our men. As a result, we see victims becoming perpetrators in the women's population.