Indigenous Learning Series
The conversation starts here
Public servants have an important role to play in working towards reconciliation. The School's Indigenous Learning Series offers opportunities to learn and build knowledge and understanding of Canada's shared history and how it impacts us today.
On GCcampus, you will find a growing collection of resources to help increase cultural competency and awareness about First Nations, Métis and Inuit in Canada and the Government of Canada's roles and responsibilities.
Under the themes of recognition, respect, relationships and reconciliation, the Indigenous Learning Series provides access to resources, courses, workshops and events that share the history, heritage, cultures, rights and perspectives of Indigenous peoples in Canada and their relationship with the Crown.
At every level of the public service, the insights gained through this series will support working effectively with diverse Indigenous populations and developing federal policies and programs to meet the unique needs and realities of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
In response to Call to Action #57 and the Government of Canada's commitment to a renewed relationship with Indigenous peoples, the School undertook an extensive engagement process in 2017. The Engagement Process Report is available on the School's website.
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