• Webinar: Land Acknowledgements

    1-2pm ET

    CSAE is thrilled to offer a new webinar series in partnership with Indigenous Works. Learn more about the first two webinars, happening June 27 and Sept. 26 below.

    The final webinar in this series will focus on Land Acknowledgements. See webinar description below.

    CAE® CPD: 1 per webinar

    Land Acknowledgement

    Land acknowledgement is rooted in an ancient Indigenous diplomatic custom and has been a way for visitors to a land to recognize the traditional territories of local Indigenous people and their descendants. It is a verbal or written statement acknowledging the ancestral and traditional land of Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Métis, Inuit). A land acknowledgment is a respectful act of reconciliation and can be utilized at meetings, events, conferences, forums, reports, and communications both in-person and online.

    There is a dynamic conversation emerging in Indigenous circles and amongst allies about tokenism or lack of meaning in many land acknowledgements used today. Indigenous Works’ approach to land acknowledgement is that it should be a process of cultural, historical and linguistic revitalization. 

    By the end of the program, learners will be able to:

    • Understand the historical significance of land acknowledgments
    • Understand the importance of land acknowledgements in the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Calls to Action
    • Find reputable resources to begin exploring their own location and region

    Member – Single Webinar Registration: $20 + tax
    Non-Member – Single Webinar Registration: $40 + tax
    Member Series Bundle (3 Webinars): $50+tax
    Non-Member Series Bundle (3 Webinars): $100+tax

    Previous Webinars: Indigenous History 101 (June 27) and Truth & Reconciliation (Sept. 26).

    About Indigenous Works

    Indigenous Works, formerly the Aboriginal Human Resource Council, is a national social enterprise with a mandate to improve the inclusion and engagement of Indigenous people in the Canadian economy.

    For over 20 years, we have worked with companies and organizations to strengthen their performance and results in Indigenous employment, workplace engagement and inclusion. 

    Through our online inclusion training, advisory services, workplace inclusion diagnostics and various other services and products, we help members develop their partnership skills and strategies to forge effective and productive relationships. 

    Learn more about Indigenous Works here.