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Reconsidering Reconciliation – Thompson River University

Reconsidering Reconciliation – Thompson River University

Event: Reconsidering Reconciliation is a month-long artist residency held at the Centre for innovation in Culture and the Arts in Canada (CiCAC) at Thompson River University, Kamloops, from July 15-Aug15, 2013. The resultant exhibition runs from Aug 15 – Sept 15 at the TRU Art Gallery. More information including photographs, articles, videos, and other forms […]

Inuit Residential School Histories and the New Nunavut Social Studies Curriculum

Inuit Residential School Histories and the New Nunavut Social Studies Curriculum

Inuit and northern educators, with community partners, have developed and implemented locally-relevant education programs founded on Inuit culture and language. An exemplar of this work is the recently completed grade 10 social studies module for schools in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories (developed in partnership with the Legacy of Hope Foundation), The Residential School System […]

Flash Mob

UBC CTLT is organizing a Flash Mob to raise awareness on campus around initiatives happening in preparation for the National Truth and Reconciliation West Coast Event from September 18th-21st

My role in reconciliation is ________________

My role in reconciliation is ________________

A long banner lines the lobby of the Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS) inviting people to share their thoughts . . .

September 18th, 2013 – How to Prepare, Engage and Continue Learning

September 18th, 2013 – How to Prepare, Engage and Continue Learning Aug 13, 2013 10:00am – 11:30am Irving K. Barber Learning Centre – Room 302, Dodson Room Register: http://www.events.ctlt.ubc.ca/events/view/2727

FNSP 433A – The Politics of Indigenous-Settler Reconciliation in Canada

FNSP 433A – The Politics of Indigenous-Settler Reconciliation in Canada

Offered during Term 1, this course explores the topic of reconciliation in relation to Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada in a unique learning setting.