Reconciliation & Collaboration
Guide intended to increase understanding, respect and awareness of Aboriginal culture and protocols in order to create improved relationship building.
"Digital update: May 2018."
Designed to provide a basic understanding of Indigenous histories, protocols and etiquette, urban reserves, the importance of Elders and traditional practices.
Series of 11 hour-long webinars designed for health care professionals.
Includes five case studies: First Nations–Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI), Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation and County of Antigonish, Squamish Nation-The District of Squamish Government-to-Government Collaboration, Lil'Wat Nation - The Village of Pemberton, and the City of Toronto's Our Common Grounds initiative.
Created to accompany workshop facilitated by Dr. Niigaan Sinclair.
Analysis of the balancing between researchers and Indigenous populations values and types of knowledge.
Looks at the multi-level collaboration of government officials and Indigenous communities to minimize the effects of COVID pandemic.
A collaborative multicultural look at the connection between place and healing for Canadian nurses.
Looks at the culinary exchange between American and Russian Indigenous populations across the Bering Strait.
Using the experience of Indigenous UBC health student's participation at the 2018 International Indigenous HealthFusion Team Challenge to discuss opportunities for Indigenous students to become health leaders and contribute to reconciliation in Canada.
Provides a cultural roadmap to assist service providers working with Indigenous communities.
Looks at the development of a cultural humility with Indigenous peoples, requiring self-reflection and a changing of attitudes and behaviours.
Discusses eight key principles: awareness and understanding, learning and education, building relationships, preparation, kindness and empathy, respect, value and listening. Principles were developed during an online Culturally Safe Engagement event in June, 2021.
Looks at how the the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) tool reflects the status of Indigenous rights by its compliance.
Examines the First Nations Community Education Program as a collaborative effort to address Indigenous health inequalities in Canada.