Aboriginal history, peoples, cultures, and knowledges.

The following seminars and workshops are offered by the Aboriginal Resource Office as part of the Bring Student Life into your Class series.

For more information or to book a seminar or workshop please email aro@mun.ca

Blanket Exercise
Would you like an overview of 500 years of Canadian-Indigenous history in just one and half hours? The KAIROS Blanket Exercise in an interactive learning experience that effectively creates understanding, empathy and movement towards reconciliation.

Aboriginal Diversity Workshop
Do you want to learn more about the various Aboriginal groups in NL? Do you have questions on what terminology you should be using? Learn about myths, demographics and much more!

Allyship in an Aboriginal Context
If you have ever subscribed to the idea that Canada should be an equitable, inclusive, or anticolonial society, then we share a common goal. Allyship just means that we act in a way that demonstrates these values.

Come and learn about strategies that are specific to Aboriginal allyship and how to successfully promote inclusion, safety, and social justice.

Introduction to Residential Schools
What is a residential school? What was the purpose of these schools? What are the impacts it has on Aboriginal communities today? How many people attended? If you would like the answers to any of these questions, contact us to request a presentation.

Contact

Student Life

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000