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Whose Settlement: A Conference

Conference Convenors: Dr. Cindy Hanson (Faculty of Education) and Dr. Allyson Stevenson (Department of Politics and International Studies), University of Regina

Hosted by: First Nations University of Canada & The University of Regina

While there is some public knowledge about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and its final report, less is known about the Independent Assessment Process (IAP), the compensation for serious abuses that was part of the Indian Residential School (IRS) Settlement Agreement and the 60s Scoop Settlement Agreement. Whose Settlement: A Conference will generate knowledge and increased community awareness about the two Agreements.

Scholars, Elders, students and survivors from across Canada and the US will discuss the Settlement Agreements and their ongoing impacts - from healing to trauma.

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

First Nations University of Canada

Full conference program and online registration is available at:

Survivors may request a conference registration subsidy online.

Heather MacLeod, Conference Coordinator

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