Module 5 of the Decolonizing Education Certificate by the Centre for Indigegogy begins to draw attention to one’s positionality in relationship with Indigenous people. It examines structural and critical change; experiences of working with Indigenous people and combating institutional racism toward change.
Ben generates a space where participants can deeply explore their positionality. He brings a depth of life and teaching experience to the circle process.
As participants, you will leave with:
- Experience Indigenous protocols for examining treaty relations, privilege, and a wholistic sense of our identity.
- Respect cultural teachings in a circle process that connects us to land and treaties.
- Explore your position (individual, racial, cultural, national, professional, spiritual) in colonial history.
- Have an experiential learning experience about your role in “truth” and “reconciliation."
Picture of Ben Carniol, MSW, LLB (clink the link to read their bio)
Participants will leave with:
- An increased understanding of the relation between your identity and colonization
- A transformative and participatory learning experience about your role in fostering “truth” on the way toward “reconciliation”
- More knowledge, tools and resources to utilize in your community, professional, and land relations
- A network of people with common learning goals and visions for our future
- A desire to continue learning about your position in the work of decolonizing Canada?
This workshop is developed and delivered by the Centre for Indigegogy. To learn more about the Centre for Indigegogy, please visit our website wlu.ca/fsw/indigegogy.
For more information, please contact Raven Morand, Administrative Assistant at email@example.com.
This workshop makes up 14 out of 84 hours required to receive the Decolonizing Education Certificate.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Decolonizing Education Certificate : Decolonizing Education Certificate