Kana Wain Dida
Looking After Each Other
COVID-19, Indigenous Communities, Health Sovereignty and Working Together for Change
Join Kitatipithitamak Mithwayawin and University College of the North for a virtual international gathering, as we connect and share stories and experiences of Indigenous health sovereignty and resilience during the pandemic from around the world.
Over three days we will learn, share, and collaboratively present new ideas for moving forward. This gathering will be a celebration of our successes, as we bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members, healthcare workers, academics, students and youth from all over the world.
We hope you will join us.
Conference Date: May 20th-22nd
Deadline for Proposals: April 6th
Notification of Acceptance: Rolling Basis
Dr. Jennifer Denetdale
Indigenous Gender Politics of Care in the Time of Covid
Dr. Rawiri Taonui
Maori Experiences: Pandemics Present, Past and Future
Senator Mary Jane McCallum
Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Through a First Nations Lens: Why Western Science is Not Enough
- Ceremony and Wellbeing
- Colonialism & Health
- Data sovereignty
- Health Sovereignty
- Learning, Sharing & Mobilization
- Networking and Alliances
- Pandemics and Living History
- Relationship Building
- Strength & Resilience
- Youth and COVID-19
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Note * If you are in need of financial assistance, please reach out to us by email to arrange financial accommodations