This 3-hour workshop explores the impacts of colonization and the ways it has affected Indigenous People’s experiences with discrimination and stereotyping. By examining where stereotypes and internal bias can stem from, individuals will learn how myths and assumptions are formed. Participants are guided through tools and practices in order to address stereotypes and myths when heard within their workplace and personal lives.
Reflect on how privilege and sterotypes impact our work and relationships.
Build ways for addressing stereotypes and myths within our daily lives
Apply anti-oppressive, decolonizing ideologies and methods into our work and daily life.
Indigenous Perspectives Society: Centre of Excellence in Community Education delivers training throughout British Columbia and across Canada. This training is provided to the public and is also offered privately, to interested groups of 10 or more participants. Public trainings are as advertised on the website and can be registered for online at any time. Please visit our Registration Page for more information.
If you are interested in a privately contracted delivery of any of our trainings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about our availability to deliver your desired training, your timeline as to when you would like the training and with any specific customization requests. IPS requires at least one month after contract signing for course preparation.
*Payments to IPS can be made by cheque, EFT, money order or by credit card online via PayPal. Tuition receipts are available on request. Please review our Refund Policy.