Learning, Celebrating and Supporting Indigenous Communities

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Learning, Celebrating and Supporting Indigenous Communities

Proper training is key – as is engaging in reconciliation events with your stakeholders that are both appropriate and respectful. There are many programs, courses, professional development opportunities, tools and resources available to help your team engage in a meaningful way with staff and clients.

IN THIS SECTION:

Learning

  1. The Path: Your Journey through Indigenous Canada
  2. Why is Indigenous specific training on anti-racism and unconscious bias important?
  3. How Lawyers Can Be Good Allies – The Principles of Allyship
  4. Increasing Your ‘IQ’ (Your Indigenous Quotient)

Celebration & Engagement

  1. Land Acknowledgement, Treaties and Land Claims
  2. Cultural Awareness & Celebratory Activities for Staff
  3. Engaging Elders & Cultural Protocols

Supporting Indigenous Communities & Businesses

  1. Cultural Corner
  2. Resource: International Indigenous Speakers Bureau
  3. Resource: 7 Ways to Incorporate Reconciliation into Your Business
  4. Resource: Inclusive Leadership Series - OBA

($$) Indicates that there is a registration fee for this course.

CBA welcomes your feedback on this toolkit.  If you have suggestions for new content or updates on existing content, please email us at reconciliation@cba.org.