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Indigenous Directions

Concordia Indigenous Directions

Indigenous Directions Leadership Group - Reporting to the provost and vice-president, Academic Affairs with a three-year mandate, the Indigenous Directions Leadership Group will explore, identify and recommend priority areas in which Concordia can improve its responsiveness to the Truth and Reconciliation’s (TRC) Principles for Reconciliation and Calls to Action.

Concordia Territorial Acknowledgement - English/French

Concordia Indigenous Directions Action Plan - a guide and tool to enable all Concordians to move the University towards a more equitable and inclusive future. It is created, in part, to respond to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).

Five-year strategic implementation plan on decolonizing and Indigenizing curriculum and pedagogy (2023-2027) - This plan sets evolving priorities for the decolonization of curriculum and pedagogy at Concordia. 

Concordia Indigenous Elder and Community Protocols - The purpose of this document is to assist Concordia University faculty, staff, and students through the process of respectfully and ethically inviting, interacting, and/or collaborating with Indigenous peoples and communities. These guidelines and protocols may also aid in the development of policies and procedures concerning teaching, research, employment, and strategies for Indigenous community outreach and engagement.

Indigenous programs & courses - at Concordia 


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