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Walking with the Wounded in the footsteps of Warriors

Feb. 3/14

18th (9:30 – 4:00pm) | 19th (9:30 – 4:00pm) | 20th (9:30 – 3:00pm)

For survivors & their families, service providers, social workers, teachers, schools, child & youth care workers, leaders, elders, youth, and communities.

The Canadian Residential Schools for First Nations children, the South African Apartheid approach to children and the Australian treatment of Aboriginal children are examples of historic widespread systemic abuse of children with profound impacts on the individuals and their families, as well as the generations to come. The many ripple effects are seen and experimented today by children, youth, families, elders, leaders, communities, and all those serving children and youth. Through participation, circle dialogue and respectful, thoughtful listening, participants are encouraged to make sense of the past and the present, to honor the truth, to honor tradition and other strengths while understanding how to break the cycles holding them, their families, their friends, their colleagues, their Nations, or their communities ‘hostage’. The workshop is for those who are on their own journey of healing, those who seek to understand history and its impact then and now, and those who wish to play a healing role in the lives of children, youth and adults who are hurting.

No one will be forced to share personal information at any time. This is a safe place and space. The circle will be kept strong.

Facilitated by Lesley du Toit and Rocky Jackson

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