宅男社区


Paddle Gifting Group

Indigenization Initiative

Consultation, collaboration, action, and reflection

At 宅男社区, and at聽Ey膿蕯 Sq葍'lewen聽- The Centre for Indigenous Education and Community Connections, we recognize and acknowledge the strength and resilience of Indigenous students and their communities.

Inspiring relationships

Within the college there are strong relationships between聽Ey膿蕯 Sq葍鈥檒ewen:聽The Centre for Indigenous Education and Community Connections and our many allies across the institution. We work together to support the students and accomplish the work that has been done.

These relationships form the foundation of the聽Four Corner-Post model.聽Demonstrating leadership and initiative, 宅男社区 reaches out to the local First Nations, the M茅tis Nation and urban Indigenization organizations. Community representatives have been guiding our work since 1991, on the聽Indigenous Advisory Council.

What is Indigenization?

Indigenization is the process by which Indigenous ways of knowing, being, doing and relating are incorporated into educational, organizational, cultural and social structures of the institution.聽FAQ about Indigenization.

The Four Corner-Post model

Indigenization is an ongoing phase of consultation, collaboration, action, and reflection that is conducted with respect to the Four Corner-Post model illustrated below.聽

The Four Corner-Post Model
Natsamaht

Camosun's response

Addressing Truth and Reconciliation: Camosun's response to the Calls to Action, Phase 1

Contact information

Ey膿蕯 Sq葍鈥檒ewen, IECC

Indigenization Coordinator

Location link

Ruth Lyall

or


Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Education Developer - Indigenization

Natasha-Faye Parrish