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RECORDING: Creating a culture of equity and reconciliation

What does it look like to create a culture of equity and reconciliation in practice? How do we enable and support change at the individual, community, and systemic levels?

Join author, educator, and community worker, Suzanne Methot, as she shares an Indigenous, culture-based model that can be used as a tool for professional development, community building, and systems change.

Most Canadians are conscious of a deeper responsibility for reconciliation, beyond land acknowledgements and cultural training sessions. This webinar helps you see the larger picture. How might we change the power structures that currently organize life in Canada? What does it mean to provide trauma-informed services? How can we work better together as communities and as colleagues?

This webinar will take you from abstract ideas to an accessible tool that will help you create a concrete practice of transformative change.

You can now access a full video recording of the webinar below. You can also download the webinar slides

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Take Your Learning Further:

The medicine wheel model shared by Suzanne in this webinar was first learned from Grandfather Michael Thrasher, a Cree/Métis Elder from northern Saskatchewan.

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    Jun 10, 2020

  • Subject Area
    • Social Connectedness / Social Isolation
    • Information, Referral, & Advocacy
    • Organizational Development
  • Audience
    • Service Providers (Non-profits, Community Organizations, Local government)
    • Government
    • Health Authorities
    • Funders
    • Caregivers, Seniors & Volunteers
    • Academics
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