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When: December 12, 2019
1:00 pm
Where: Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission Office
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 
Canada
Contact: Adam Hawboldt

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Courageous Conversation Speaker Series - Belinda Daniels 


DATE:
  Thursday, December 12, 2019

TIME:  1:00 PM

LOCATION:  Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission Office (Saskatoon)

SPEAKER:
  Belinda Daniels

TOPIC:  Indigenous Cultures and Awareness

REGISTER:  contact adam.hawboldt@gov.sk.ca before Tuesday, December 10, 2019

CPD Hours:  1.5 

Speaker Bio

Belinda Daniels is the founder and co-ordinator of the Nehiyawak Language Experience, a not-for-profit organization that hosts monthly language workshops throughout the province and a large immersion language camp in the summer where participants come from all walks of life learn how to speak Cree. Belinda teaches others how to teach Cree as a second language on various First Nations Reserves. Her role in language development, theory and practice has been diverse from teaching language methodologies, curriculum development from K-12 in nēhiyawēwin to programming. Belinda is a published academic writer, teacher, mentor and an award winning educator. Belinda currently teaches Indigenous Studies, Cultural Arts and nehiyawewin Core Language classes for the Saskatoon Public School Division and is a sessional for the Canadian Indigenous Language and Development Institute with the University of Alberta. Lastly, she is currently a PH.D Candidate with the Interdisciplinary Department at University of Saskatchewan.

Belinda will discuss her current research on the Cree/ nēhiyawēwin language, with focus on language and  identity. 


About the Courageous Conversation Speaker Series
 

The challenges that face society are numerous and complex. In a time when misinformation and misunderstanding are proliferating, in a province where deep social divides have been exposed, we must work together to cultivate understanding and bridge the divide.
As Saskatchewanians, Canadians, and as global citizens, we need to act on the responsibilities that come with our citizenship. We need to learn about the issues that matter and initiate brave conversations that will have a positive impact in our schools, our workplaces, and our communities.

Since 2014, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission has been hosting its Courageous Conversation Speaker Series. This series was designed to explore issues afflicting our society within a human rights context. Issues pertaining to:

• Racial Discrimination
• Indigenous Cultures and Awareness
• Gender
• Mental Health and Addictions
• Disability, and
• The Holocaust

These six topics were designated as cornerstones of the Courageous Conversation Speaker Series making them more visible and accessible for discussion and action. An understanding of these issues is foundational to the development of a full understanding of what it means to be a responsible, respectful, and participatory citizen committed to justice and equality in a pluralistic Canadian democracy.

If possible, when registering, please identify yourself as a CPHR Saskatchewan member.

To date, the Courageous Conversation Series has been hosted in Saskatoon at the office of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. The Commission is exploring also hosting these events in Regina in the future. 



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tel: 306.242.2747  / email: info@cphrsk.ca 

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