It has now been eight years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released their 94 Calls to Action, and many organizations are now beginning to take their first steps in establishing authentic relationships with Indigenous communities. Join us for this panel discussion with Indigenous leaders and allies alike as we ask the question: where should organizations focus their resources and energy to ensure the longevity and health of those connections and start to create safer working environments for Indigenous employees?
Audience/Level: This intermediate-to-advanced webinar is for participants who are interested in exploring what it means to move from understanding reconciliation to reconciliACTION.
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