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Oct 03 2023
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1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Implementing Truth & Reconciliation Calls to Action- NSCDA Indigenous Culture and Awareness Webinar Series

Below is one of the webinars included with a membership to the Nova Scotia Career Development Association. 

Use this link to learn more about the membership options: https://nscda.ca/membership/

Individual membership is 155.00 for the year. 

Session Description:

Is it possible?

What do we need to understand as we begin this journey of learning about untold histories embedded in genocide, gendered violence, assimilation, and colonialism? Where do we begin and how are you personally responsible for the Truth and Reconciliations’, (TRC) Calls to Action? Join human rights speaker, community organizer, and facilitator, Raven Davis as we collectively navigate a critical discussion and workshop about how we stand and support in acts of solidarity, the Truth and Reconciliations’ Calls to Action.

This training will provide participants a better understanding  the Calls to Action, their personal responsibilities to them, government updates since 2015, how organizations, government departments, businesses, and community social justice movements can support and contribute to the Calls to Action, and how do we measure our efforts?

Facilitated by:

Raven Davis

Facilitator Bio:

Raven Davis is an Anishinaabe, 2-Spirit, transgender, disabled-identified, educator, facilitator, and human Rights speaker whose maternal lineage is from Treaty Four in Manitoba, Canada. Davis was born and raised in Michi Saagig /T’karonto Territory (Toronto, Ontario). Davis resides and works as a professional consultant between K’jipuktuk, Halifax and their birth territory. Raven has led, designed training, and has been an invited guest speaker across Turtle Island for organizations and institutions such as Princeton University, The Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care, the Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists, Flotilla Retelling Project, NSCAD Unversity, Carleton University, Ryerson University, Pride Toronto, the Canada Council for the Arts, and the Center for Local Prosperity – Pugwash Thinkers Lodge. Currently, Raven sits on the National MMIWC2S Sub Working Committee for 2SLGBTQQIA people.

This webinar is available to members of the Nova Scotia Career Development Association. 

Use this link to learn more about memberships options: https://nscda.ca/membership/

Date: Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023

Time:  1:00 pm -3: 00 pm (ADT)

Use this link to learn more about this webinar: https://nscda.ca/training-calendar/

  • Language: English

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Nova Scotia Career Development Association
Email
skaur@nscda@.ca

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