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Standalone Indigenous Degrees

Indigenous Relations

Students taking the Indigenous Relations bundle will learn about the history of Indigenous relations on Turtle Island and will be asked to address the contrasting worldviews that have often resulted in misunderstanding, discrimination, and racism toward Indigenous peoples in Canada today. 

The main objective is to increase understanding of Indigenous nation-to-nation relations within Canada, while enhancing participants’ sensitivity and understanding of their own accountability moving forward. Additionally, the Bundle will address how participants could engage in a meaningful way to enhance relationships with Indigenous peoples as professionals from a wide variety of sectors.  

Upon successful completion of this bundle, learners will have the knowledge and skills to confidently address racism within the workplace and act as advocates, peacemakers and teachers willing to become part of the larger discussion to end discrimination, systemic racism and hate.

Learners can request a Certificate of Recognition after the successful completion of three micro-credentials within this Bundle.   


Micro-Credentials included in this Bundle

Introduction to Indigenous Worldviews

Significance of Land

Meaning of Treaties, Agreements and Land Claims

Foundations of Indigenous Law

Truth and Reconciliation

Keys to Indigenous Community Engagement

Allyship: from Confusion to Becoming


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