Erin Huner wants to make the past accessible for one southwestern Ontario community.
The Geography PhD student has long been intrigued by the idea of nation-building – giving autonomy back to communities from which it had been taken away. And through a collaborative project with Bkejwanong First Nation (Walpole Island), she is helping the nation access at least one small piece of its past. Click HERE for full story.
Our 2014 Summer School, "Community-based Participatory Research: Local, National, and International Experiences", was a huge success! Thank you to our participants and mentors for a great week. For more information about the 2014 IHWI Summer School, click HERE.
The complete Aboriginal Policy Research series is now available open source! CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS.
Indigenous Services, the Indigenous Health and Well-being Initiative, and Western Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies present the World Cafe of Graduate Student Engagement, Tuesday Oct 7, 2014.
Please check back in late 2014/early 2015 for Summer School details and application materials.
Click HERE for more information about the 2014 Summer School.