Our Journey

Oct 16, 2018—Vancouver, BC: In five short years, IndigenEYEZ has grown from a good idea into a vibrant organization that is actively changing lives. Our dynamic programs and flexible approach have resulted in partnerships with universities, First Nations, and social change organizations. We’ve trained 20 Indigenous facilitators, led 25 youth camps, hosted 100 adult workshops, […]

Connect to Self

Oct 2, 2018—Vancouver, BC: IndigenEYEZ is happy to announce that we will be doing a series of online webinars in partnership with the UBC Learning Circle. Topics will focus on the four threads of the IndigenEYEZ methodology: Connecting to Self, Others, Communities, and Land. We invite you to join us on October 4th, 2018 for […]

Kim Haxton in Calgary

Sept 25, 2018— Calgary, AB: IndigenEYEZ co-founder and visionary Kim Haxton was recently interviewed by Anya Zoledziowski from the StarMetro in Calgary. The StarMetro talked to Kim, as well as Meaghan Farquharson, a Calgary-based psychologist who specializes in trauma recovery, about mental health support for Indigenous mothers and mothers-to-be to heal from intergenerational trauma. Highlights are […]

Autumn Youth Camp

Sept 18, 2018—Sooke, BC: IndigenEYEZ and partner organization Power of Hope are thrilled to be traveling to Camp Thunderbird this fall. Held on the land of the T’Sou-ke Nation, Earth Arts is a weekend youth camp held just outside Sooke, BC. Nature is filled with imagination, invention, and possibility. With a focus on connecting to […]

Indigenous Awakening

Aug 21, 2018—Stockholm, Sweden: This summer IndigenEYEZ made its debut in European media with this audio broadcast and article about the collective awakening of Indigenous peoples across Canada by Sweden Radio journalist Palmira Koukkari Mbenga. Thanks to IndigenEYEZ facilitator Allan Thomas Lindley for sharing his reflections and experiences in this article.   The Indigenous Population […]

Youth In Action 2018

Aug 8, 2018—Vancouver, BC: Last summer IndigenEYEZ collaborated with youth leadership experts Next Up to host the second annual Indigenous Youth in Action workshop. Come join us for IYIA 2018! The registration deadline is August 10th!     This three-day leadership program will bring together young adults from across Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland […]

Teepee Camping

July 17, 2018—Cawston, BC: We’re counting down the days until our Youth Camp in the Similkameen Valley near Hedley, BC from July 28th to August 3rd. Our youth camps provide a learning experience that brings creativity and the arts together with culture and on-the-land activities. Participants leave with new friends and mentors who can support […]

Ancient Languages

July 10, 2017—Cortes Island, BC:  Join us for an empowering and deeply transformative 5 days in beautiful Klahoose territory where our visionary co-founder, Kim Haxton, will be sharing the best tools and techniques that she has refined over 20 years of teaching on-the-land. Kim will be joined by multi-disciplinary artist Rup Sidhu who shares art […]

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Champions of Change: Session 8
Date: April 26th, 2019
Location: Shatford Center, Penticton BC
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Leadership Essentials: Hollyhock
Date: June 5th-9th, 2019
Location: Hollyhock, Cortes Island BC
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IndigenEYEZ Leadership Training Camp
Date: July 14th - 21st, 2019
Location: Teepee Camping, Hedley BC
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