Reconciliation: A Starting Point

Product code: IRA106

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Mobile app

About this course

Delivery method

Delivery method

Online

Duration

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Audience

Audience

Employees

 

Reconciliation is an ongoing and dynamic process that requires an appreciation of distinctions, an ability to work with humility in the face of ambiguity, and the willingness of individuals and institutions to grow and evolve. The Reconciliation: A Starting Point mobile app is a reference tool for learning about First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, including key historical events and examples of reconciliation initiatives. Users will learn why reconciliation matters and what public servants need to know and do to advance reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

Topics include:

  • identifying key historical concepts
  • discovering the realities of Indigenous Peoples in Canada today
  • understanding what reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples means for the public service
  • outlining reconciliation principles for the way forward together
  • putting reconciliation into action

This course is also available as a mobile app: Download the app.

The content of this app was created and compiled by the Canada School of Public Service, with contributions from Indigenous and non-Indigenous people from across the federal government, and technical expertise from National Defence's Canadian ADL Lab on the app development.

Legacy course code: K111

Date modified: 2022-02-07

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