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Academic Indigenization Forum

The Academic Indigenization Forum is an Elder-led professional development conference at the University of Regina, bringing together multiple expert voices on Indigenization, and featuring a keynote, panels, and a breakout session.

With Elders, knowledge keepers, students, community members, and faculty, together we will seek answers to these questions:
* What exactly is meant by the concept of Indigenization and what methods can be used to apply Indigenization?
* What are the distinctions between Indigenization and decolonization?
* Who are Indigenous peoples, on local, national, and international levels?
* What are some practical approaches to Indigenizing teaching practices and learning spaces?

While registration for the Academic Indigenization Forum is full, you can join us via Zoom!

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Friday, January 11, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

AH 527 (Administration-Humanities Boardroom)
Main Campus

Attendees must register at

Pheonix Sparvier

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