'Wrestling With The Truth of Decolonization' Training
In 2021 we will be facilitating decolonization workshops led by Indigenous leaders and elders. Participants will wrestle with the role settler people and institutions play in maintaining systems that disadvantage Indigenous people.
The trainings are available for members in our organizations and will be taking place over the course of this year.
We are currently recruiting applicants for a project coordinator position for these workshops. If you are interested in applying, please send your cover letter and CV to [email protected]
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