This national webinar series provides an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences, and perspectives in support of collective efforts to strengthen Indigenous cultural safety across sectors.

Upcoming Webinar

Weaving Indigenous Wisdom Traditions: Two Spirit Grandparents Speak (coming Oct 17)

With: Laureen (Blu) Waters, Albert McLeod and William (Bill) White

10:30 AM PST, 12:30 PM CTD, 1:30 EST

 

About the presentation: The ICS Collaborative is offering a series of four webinars featuring nationally recognized Indigenous Knowledge Keepers and Elders sharing insights into the wisdom needed to thrive in this era of disruption and environmental change. In this second webinar, Two Spirit Grandparents Speak, a Circle of Grandparents will share the wisdom that the Ancestors have left for us in  discussion. The Grandparents will introduce themselves, identify the warnings that the land, air, and water are providing to human beings, share the Medicines (teachings, practices) that strengthen hearts, spirits, minds, and bodies, and embrace a vision for a future of peace. Non-Indigenous people are invited to join the webinar as listeners and witnesses. Listening is a key component of traditional Indigenous teaching practices and an essential aspect of learning how to be a good ally.

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About the Series

The National Indigenous Cultural Safety (ICS) Learning Series is an ongoing series of webinars. The webinars are intended for people who wish to know more about Indigenous Cultural Safety and who may be working with Indigenous people in varying capacities across settings.  For more information about ICS programming, please go to the websites.

Webinars

The Learning series is focused on exploring anti-Indigenous racism, discrimination and cultural safety and identifying how each informs our systems, why they persist, and how we can address them. Our goal is to facilitate opportunities for networking, collaboration and shared learning by bringing together key stakeholders from across Canada and internationally to explore, discuss, and learn about Indigenous Cultural Safety.

Advisory Circle

Our Advisory Circle is made up of a team of leaders from across disciplines who are committed to promoting Indigenous perspectives and addressing the inequities embedded within and across our systems. We thank them all for their many efforts and continued dedication to making these learning opportunities available.

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For more information please contact us at ICS@phsa.ca

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