Role of an Ally

Feb 19, 2019—Vancouver, BC: We invite you to join us on Thursday, January 21st for the fifth installment of our online workshop series in partnership with the UBC Learning Circle, Role of an Ally.

 

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Presented by IndigenEYEZ facilitator & co-founder, Kim Haxton, Part Five of this webinar series focuses on gaining a deeper understanding of allyship for, and with others.

Each participant will leave with a clearer sense of purpose, capacity, and connection to the invisible beliefs that separate us, and being able to connect and support each other as allies.

During this session Kim will highlight:

  • Tools to effectively navigate your workplace and foster safe spaces to work in
  • Theories on intersectionality, neuro-decolonization, and critical-moment dialogue
  • Learn how to foster a culturally safe place by examining traditional values and teachings from an Indigenous lens

 
What will this online webinar be like? Check out Part Four, Connecting to the Land with Hazel Bell-Koski:

 

 

Everyone is welcome to participate in the free webinar.

Date: February 21st, 2019 (PST)
Time: 10 to 11:30 am
Where: Videoconference OR internet webinar
Registration: required to participate

 

 Register Now!

 

 Questions?
email Cole Daley at cole.daley@ubc.ca

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Champions of Change: Session Four
Date: January 17th, 2020
Location: Westbank First Nation Health and Wellness Building, West Kelowna, BC
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Champions of Change: Session Five
Date: February 21st, 2019
Location: Westbank First Nation Health and Wellness Building, West Kelowna, BC
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One of the most important skills I learned with IndigenEYEZ was how to create a safe and supportive environment using the circle, theatre games and empathy consciousness.  I was able to apply the skills from the empathy consciousness exercises immediately, not only within my relationship but also with my friends and family. I am so grateful for what I am learning with IndigenEYEYZ.

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