World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education
Over the past 30 years, WIPCE has grown to become a major international event in the Indigenous education movement, hosted triennially. WIPCE draws Indigenous representatives from across the globe to share successes and strategies for culturally grounded Indigenous education.
The conference attracts highly regarded Indigenous education experts, practitioners, and scholars. As a result, WIPCE is the largest and most diverse Indigenous education venue in the world. The conference continues to lead the discussion on contemporary movements in education that support Indigenous worldviews.
Bridging the Gap - Indigenous and non-Indigenous Relationships
Kallie Wood and Chris McKee (from Beyond Connections) ignite audiences all over North America. They electrify rooms of all ages and quicken peoples’ hearts on the pathway of reconciliation and of healing relationships. The entire presentation focuses on Truth and Reconciliation and the steps necessary for sustainable change and success. Kallie shares her story of residential school and 60's Scoop and walks the audience through to today's current reality for her people. Chris shares his story of misconceptions of Indigenous people due to being unaware and under educated in regards to the history. This workshop bridges the gap and answers why? reconciliation from Indigenous and non-Indigenous viewpoints.
Aligns With Truth and Reconciliation
Kallie and Chris educate the 94 "calls to action" and the importance of people being educated on the history of this country. Education holds the key to reconciliation. It is where our society will heal itself and move forward with reconciliation - a pathway for our leaders of tomorrow.
- Justice and Equity
- Public Education for Reconciliation
- Teaching Indigenous Histories
- Indigenous Nationhood and Sustainability
- Private Sector
World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education is in Toronto:
July 24th - July 29th, 2017