Elements of Truth

May 11, 2020—Kelowna, BC: Over the past few years IndigenEYEZ has recognized that conversations around social justice, equity and truth require delicate care and deft planning. We are all collectively working together towards a better future and thus we need safer spaces to do this work, spaces that are ally-focused, and spaces that are Indigenous […]

Summer Reflections

Sept 8, 2020—Headwaters Lake, BC: Behind-the-scenes and beyond-the-screen, a lot has been happening with IndigenEYEZ during this time of COVID. The great pause of 2020 has given us an opportunity to dedicate time and energy to the organizational roots of our work. This has included curriculum development, capacity building, and fine tuning our strategic direction. […]

Reconcili-ACTION!

Aug 18, 2020—Kelowna, BC: We’re excited to announce our latest online workshop offering: Reconcili-ACTION, Build Meaningful Relations with Indigenous People. In partnership with Andrew Greer, Managing Director at Purppl (Purposeful People), a Social Enterprise Accelerator. Purppl helps social enterprises and social purpose organizations build sustainable revenue models and sustainable impact models.   Be part of […]

Transforming Education

June 30, 2020—Kelowna, BC: A project to bring Truth and Reconciliation into the classroom has received a $1 million grant to establish a 5-year research collaboration that includes IndigenEYEZ. The project brings together university researchers and local partners to seek respectful ways for educators to align their teaching practices toward reconciliation. The project is led […]

Tides is now MakeWay!

June 23, 2020—Vancouver, BC: Recently Tides Canada changed its name to MakeWay. Tides Canada has been a quiet leader in environmental and social justice philanthropy in Canada for the last 20 years, and now the new MakeWay name reflects the momentum of change that Tides Canada has stood for. 20 years ago, a group of […]

Touch The Earth

June 2, 2020—Cawston, BC: Touch the Earth is a land-based training program for Indigenous youth workers seeking to awaken their youth to a sense of pride, belonging, and possibility. Experiential activities of attuning to and caring for the land provide Indigenous youth a safer entry point to engage their feelings and listen to themselves and […]

Virtual Queerantine

May 12, 2020—Vancouver, BC: It can be socially isolating to be Indigenous and queer, and in the time of COVID-19 these feelings of isolation can be compounded. This series was developed with the support of the Tegan and Sara Foundation to provide a venue for connection. Join us online!   8 SESSIONS: May 20th, 27th, […]

Attachment Theory

Mar 10, 2020—West Kelowna, BC: Attachment theory aligns with Indigenous beliefs that relationality and connection are vital to psychologically whole and healthy humans. Indigenous values place enormous importance on community and the power of acting together.   Children become attached to adults who are sensitive and responsive in social interactions with them, and who remain […]

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