Indigenous Peoples and P2 Practice
How can the principles of P2 help us move towards reconciliation?
What actions can we take as an organization and as individuals?
IAP2 Great Lakes Chapter invites you to join us in a visit to the Woodland Cultural Centre to explore these and other important questions. This event will include a traditional lunch sponsored by IAP2 Great Lakes Chapter, a tour of the museum and the residential school, and a workshop on First Nations Stereotypes and Racism.
The Woodland Cultural Centre is a non-profit organization which preserves and promotes the culture and heritage of the First Nations of the Eastern Woodland area. The Centre was established in 1972 under the direction of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians upon the closure of the Mohawk Institute Residential School. The Mohawk Institute Residential School operated in Brantford, Ontario from 1828 to 1970 as a boarding school for First Nations children from Six Nations, as well as other communities throughout Ontario and Quebec.
The Centre includes an art gallery, library and museum. The Museum is one of the largest facilities in Canada managed and administered by First Nations. With over thirty-five thousand artifacts, the Woodland Museum has been established to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret a collection of archaeological material, historical material culture, arts, crafts, documents and archival photographs. The collections are presented in a dramatic storyline beginning with our Iroquoian and Algonkian prehistoric past through to the 21st century.
Date: October 26th 2016
Time: Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Woodland Cultural Centre 184 Mohawk St, Brantford http://www.woodland-centre.on.ca/
Event Cost: The total cost for the event is $16.00 payable on October 26 (Includes admission to the Woodland Cultural Centre and guided museum tour ($10); residential school tour ($3) and workshop ($3)). Lunch is hosted by IAP2 Great Lakes. Please join us!
RSVP your attendance by October 19, along with any dietary requirements and carpool requests/opportunities, to email@example.com
Feel free to forward this to colleagues, and to bring a friend.
In the News …
The ADR Institute of Canada will be holding their annual conference in Toronto this year, October 13-15. The theme of the conference is Reflections and Innovations. Visit adric.ca for additional information. Thank you to Bob W. for passing along this information.
The Prairies Chapter, in conjunction with Dialogue Partners, is hosting training sessions in Winnipeg and Regina in the coming months. The Winnipeg sessions are November 16-18 (Planning – register here) and January 30-31 (Techniques – register here); in Regina, they’re happening November 29-December 1 (Planning – register here) and February 2-3 (Techniques – register here). The Winnipeg sessions are filling up, but there’s still plenty of room for the Regina classes.
The St Lawrence Chapter is offering, for the first time, a course in Emotion, Outrage and Public Participation (EOP2). Dialogue Partners is providing the training November 3-4 in Montreal. Click here for more information and to register.
International Association for Public Participation – BC Chapter
AGM, Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Join IAP2 BC at our AGM
Mark your calendar!
The IAP2 BC Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 in the RBC Meeting Room at the YWCA, 733 Beatty St., Vancouver.
This year, the AGM, as always, will feature an interesting speaker, a quick and efficient business meeting, followed by a fun social.
Seeking IAP2 BC Directors: If this is the year you have decided to give back to your profession then we would be pleased to welcome you as a director. Please contact Catherine Rockandel for more information on the process.
6-8pm, Wednesday November 16, 2016
- Networking & Socializing (6:00 pm)
- Call to Order, Chairs Remarks, Reports (6:30 pm)
- Presentation (7:00 pm)
- Networking and Socializing (7:30 pm)