Facilitation and Building Public History Discussion Spaces

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Facilitating meaningful discussion can be hard.  Many of us have facilitation success and horror stories from the seminar room, a larger classroom setting, or a community outreach program.  Engaged conversations can be a powerful way to learn and provide a sense of shared learning, build on collective intelligence, and allow for diverse viewpoints. The Art … Continue reading Facilitation and Building Public History Discussion Spaces

4Rs Framework: Seeding Reconciliation On Uneven Ground

The 4Rs Youth Movement is a youth-led organization dedicated to facilitating conversations and changing relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. 4Rs is committed to the values of respect, reciprocity, reconciliation and relevance and brings those values into all of the dialogues and programming it runs. I've had the opportunity to work with 4Rs on a … Continue reading 4Rs Framework: Seeding Reconciliation On Uneven Ground