Last Resort (cours pro bono) (disponible en anglais seulement)  

27 sept. - 27 nov. 2021
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Last Resort

À noter que ce programme est offert uniquement en anglais.

Ce programme vise à améliorer les compétences antiracistes et interculturelles autochtones des professionnels en apprenant l'histoire, la culture, la terre et la spiritualité autochtones. Ce cours vise à soutenir les appels à l'action (CTA) stipulés dans la Commission de vérité et réconciliation du Canada.

Avec : Brad Regehr, Président de l'ABC (2019-2020)

Accrédité LSO pour 1h45 de Professionnalisme EDI

This program offers an exploration of the precedent-setting case Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia which sees the first ever Indigenous freedom of religion challenge to go before the Supreme Court of Canada. It aims to improve Indigenous intercultural competencies for professionals by learning about Indigenous history, culture, land and spirituality.


Specific Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding of the practical meaning of reconciliation from an Indigenous perspective;

  • Understanding Indigenous Spirituality – better understanding of what the definition of spirituality is based on Indigenous cultures and traditions;

  • Understanding the importance of preserving Indigenous spirituality in the context of Indigenous resurgence;

  • Understanding the Indigenous assertion that land rights are human rights; and

  • Understanding that decolonization means the recognition of the legal sovereignty for Indigenous Peoples, in other words that Indigenous nations have always had laws and justice, and that these are rooted in, and arise from, their land.


Subject Matter Experts:

Dr. Val Napoleon, Director, JD/JID program, Associate professor, Law Foundation Chair of Indigenous Justice and Governance, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria
Brad Regehr, President of the Canadian Bar Association (2019-2020), Partner with Maurice Law, Barristers & Solicitors
Kathryn Teneese, Director/Chief Negotiator at Ktunaxa Nation Council. Ktunaxa Nation Council. Cranbrook, British Columbia


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