The Centre for Aboriginal Health is pleased to release an upcoming 2013/2014 Speaker Series. This years series will be housed in the beautiful First Peoples House, located at The University of Victoria. Our lineup includes prominent academics such as:
- Dr. Evan Adams, Actor, Playwright, Physician, and Deputy Provincial Health Officer of B.C
- Dr. Lorna Williams, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Knowledge and Learning in the Faculty of Education (C&I) and Department of Linguistics at the University of Victoria
- Dr. Taiaiake Alfred, Researcher, Philosopher, Author and Professor of Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria
- Dr. Charlotte Reading, Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Health and Associate Professor in the School of Public Health and Social Policy, Faculty of Human and Social Development, University of Victoria
- Dr. Jacquie Green, Project Manager for the Indigenous Child Well-being Research Network and the first Indigenous Director of any School of Social Work in Canada
In addition, a special free workshop will be hosted by the Provincial Health Services Authority, Indigenous Cultural Competency Program.
Everyone is welcome to attend, and participation via live web conferencing is also available for all Speaker Series events. For more information on how to attend, please contact Robynne Edgar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about each speaker and presentation will be available 3 weeks prior to the scheduled presentation and announced on the main page of the CAHR website.