Ethics in Indigenous Research Workshop - Registration Open

The workshop will be held in Kaneff Tower 519 from 8:30am – 5:30pm on Friday March 16, 2018. 

Opening remarks at 9am.

We invite Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, faculty, senior undergraduate, and graduate students to engage in a day of meaningful conversations about the responsibilities of ethical research engagements with Indigenous communities, including forms this research might take within the context of a changing sociopolitical landscape. We invite you to come together and explore thought-provoking ethics issues in diverse areas of Indigenous research.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 
Deborah McGregor (Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice, Faculties of Law and Environmental Studies, York U) 
Julie Bull (Research Methods Specialist, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health and Indigenous Studies Program, U of Toronto).

GUEST KNOWLEDGE KEEPER:
Amy Desjarlais

Registration for this event is required as space is limited and lunch as well as refreshments will be included.

Please visit the workshop website and follow the registration link on the homepage.

Questions? Please contact the workshop organizers