Upcoming Sessions

October 27th, 2021 – Sober(er) for October: Starting Meaningful Conversations about Substance Use.

October 27th, 2021 – Sober(er) for October: Starting Meaningful Conversations about Substance Use.

As a part of the First Nations Health Authority’s Sober(er) for October campaign, the FNHA and the UBC Learning Circle will be hosting an interactive panel of Indigenous mental health and wellness providers to discuss alcohol consumption, harm-reduction, traditional Indigenous teachings, and starting meaningful conversations with loved ones about substance use. A tentative agenda of […]

October 19th, 2021 – Placing Indigenous people at the decision-making table: One Year of Implementing the Indigenous Strategic Plan at UBC

October 19th, 2021 – Placing Indigenous people at the decision-making table: One Year of Implementing the Indigenous Strategic Plan at UBC

Please join this event to learn about the UBC 2020 Indigenous Strategic Plan (ISP), including the process that was taken to develop it, insights into its implementation and a special focus on its innovative, Indigenous-led Guiding Network. The ISP is the first university Indigenous strategy in North America to commit to implementing the United Nations […]

October 28th, 2021 – Challenging Ideology: Looking at Historical Museum Practices Through an Indigenous Lens Part 2

October 28th, 2021 – Challenging Ideology: Looking at Historical Museum Practices Through an Indigenous Lens Part 2

BACKGROUND As referenced in the Truth and Reconciliation’s call to action, museums and archives play a critical role in telling Canadian and Indigenous history, which has not always been accurately told in this country. To do this, museums and archives need to authentically represent the Indigenous voice in museum and archive spaces. In this series, […]