Working with Indigenous Communities 101 Workshop – March 2, 2017

The AFS-OC is very pleased to present a workshop entitled: Working with Indigenous Communities 101, instructed by Gary Pritchard

March 2, 2017 at 1:00 pm (EST) @ Geneva Park, Orillia

Come join us at the Geneva Park Conference Centre, on the shores of Lake Couchiching near Orillia, the traditional lands of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation. Working with Indigenous Communities 101 creates a safe place for people to engage in dialogue that increases understanding of working with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples, and explores the meaning of reconciliation and our respective role to play. Workshops are modeled on an Indigenous circle process that creates a supportive and safe environment for meaningful dialogue and relationship building to occur. Together participants explore pathways to develop community-based and community-driven action plans and relationships. Each workshop offers a truly powerful and transformative experience, and creates a solid foundation for building meaningful relationships between Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. See flyer (page 2) for additional information.

Workshop Registration Fees are: $40 for students, $50 for AFS-OC members, $60 for non AFS-OC members. To register please visit the AFS-OC Online Store.