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Measuring Reconciliation in Saskatchewan

Posted in Indigenous
Jan 13, 2020

For the past two years, Two Bridges Consulting has been collaborating with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner and numerous community groups to form a common vision for reconciliation in Saskatchewan.

A presentation by Micheal Heimlick (Two Bridges Consulting) and Rhett Sangster (Office of the Treaty Commissioner). Part of the Applied Social Psychology Seminar Series.

Monday, Jan. 13
Noon
159 Thorvaldson Building, 110 Science Pl.

Free and open to the public

Info: karen.lawson@usask.ca

For the past two years, Two Bridges Consulting has been collaborating with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner and numerous community groups to form a common vision for reconciliation in Saskatchewan, as well as a strategy for identifying and measuring indicators of progress toward reconciliation. Micheal Heimlick and Rhett Sangster will present on this work, including overviews of the various data collection methods used to establish a baseline of reconciliation work in Saskatchewan. They will also outline how the vision and measurement work can serve to promote learning and accountability on truth and reconciliation in Saskatchewan.

 

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