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Event Profile

Experiences and Impacts of Racism against Indigenous Peoples (Live Online)

Date(s):
January 26, 2023
Venue:
Online
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Website:
Not available
Description:
In Partnership with:

Indigenous Works


PROGRAM SUMMARY

Racism aimed at Indigenous Canadians is severe and can be linked to numerous characteristics. Political, economic, social, and cultural policies negatively impact the Indigenous population of Canada. Unfortunately, there any many common misconceptions still existing in Canada today that contributes to the unconscious-biases that often results in racism directed at these groups. A human rights-based approach to education and organizational policymaking for the eradication of systemic and interpersonal racism presents a chance and a workable alternative to existing issues. Currently, these are largely controlled by a colonialized approach that feeds racism and the ensuing disparities.

Learning Objectives:
  • Overview of Indigenous History in Canada
  • Examine socio-economic gaps between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Canadians
  • Impacts on the Indigenous populations
  • Two-eyed seeing to policymaking

Hosted by:
Mandy Price, MBA - Indigenous Works Associate
 
Date

Time

Cost

Format

CPD Hours

Thursday, January 26, 2023



10:00-11:00am PT/
1:00-2:00pm ET



$40.95 (includes 5% GST)

CPHR BC & Yukon members receive 15% off
(Use code CPHR15)

Live Webinar



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Fees and agenda are subject to change without notice.
How to access your session:
Login details will be provided by Indigenous Works.

For course and registration enquiries:
Please email contactus@indigenousworks.ca.
 
 

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