Indigenous Peoples: A Global Perspective

Description

For centuries, Indigenous Peoples on all continents have travelled the world, sharing traditional teachings through storytelling and art, and more recently research and social media. As they share their music, theatre, dance, other art forms, they spread their values, tenets and cultures.

This is an opportunity to learn about Indigenous Peoples' international experiences. Participants will meet and hear from Indigenous panelists who will relay the importance of discovering Mother Earth as a whole and sharing their Nations with the world. Join us for this special opportunity to hear about a global perspective on the rich diversity of cultures they cherish and share.

Speakers

  • Elder Georges Sioui, PhD, Huron-Wendat, Professor Emeritus, University of Ottawa
  • Elder Barbara Nepinak, Pine Creek Ojibway First Nation, Treaty 4 (Manitoba), Cultural Advisor, Cultural Human Resources Council
  • Elder Clarence Nepinak, Pine Creek Ojibway First Nation, Treaty 4 (Manitoba), Elders Advisory Council, University of Manitoba
  • Charlotte Qamaniq, Iqaluit, Performing artist, throat singer

Moderator

Benoit Trottier, Learning Advisor, Canada School of Public Service


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