Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module Delivery - January 2022

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Education on colonization in the Maritimes and its impacts plus discussions on how-to implement reconciliation within your workplace.

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The Joint Economic Development Initiative’s (JEDI) Indigenous Reconciliation Awareness Module (IRAM) provides education to organizations, educators, government and First Nation communities on Indigenous history and its impacts on Indigenous peoples to the present day. In addition, we discuss reconciliation and what that means to you and your organization.

The virtual IRAM delivery has been broken into 4 partial days:

Day 1: A virtual delivery of the KAIROS blanket exercise will run for approximately 3 hours. We kindly ask for your full commitment to this time frame as it is important that to have the full attention of all participants.

Day 2 - 4: These days will be broken down into webinars of cultural awareness on various topics (history, demographics, statistics, and moving forward with inclusion and reconciliation). Day 2-4 of webinars will run for approximately 2.5 - 3 hours . We kindly ask for your full commitment to each webinar session.

2. Number of participants:

The minimum number of participants is 15, and the maximum number of participants is 30. If we do not meet the minimum we will re-schedule for an alternate date.

3. Costs and payment:

The cost of IRAM delivery is $300.00 per participant. If you wish to sign up but would prefer to be invoiced for the amount, please contact Ashley Brooks at ashley.brooks@jedinb.ca.

Seats are now available to Indigenous Peoples at no cost. Additionally, companies who are collaborating with an Indigenous business or community where both parties are taking this training are now eligible for 50% off seat prices for all non-Indigenous participants. Please contact Ashley Brooks at ashley.brooks@jedinb.ca for more information and to qualify for these discounts.

4. Venue:

The IRAM session will be delivered through Zoom, you will receive the link to attend a few days before January 31st.

For more information or for any questions, please contact Ashley Brooks at ashley.brooks@jedinb.ca

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JEDI is a leading Indigenous organization dedicated to supporting Indigenous participation in New Brunswick's economy.  JEDI began in 1995 as a tripartite partnership between Indigenous communities in New Brunswick, the Government of Canada and the Government of New Brunswick. In 2009, JEDI was incorporated as an independent, non-profit organization and over the years JEDI has grown into an Indigenous organization focused on working closely with its partners from Indigenous communities, organizations, government and the private sector to foster Indigenous economic development in New Brunswick. 

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