In 2020, as an initiative under the Canada Service Corps and with support from the Slaight Family Foundation, we are calling together teams of 2-5 young people between the ages of 18-30, to join our National Learning Community (NLC) of facilitators. As part of the NLC, you will be invited to create opportunities in your community for youth-led reconciliation initiatives that support dialogue and action that pushes us beyond buzzwords, towards processes of self-determination, lateral love and systemic change.
Do you know people who motivate you, strengthen and balance you, who support and inspire you to do things together that you could never do alone? People who you want to learn and grow with? Click here to apply together by February 23rd to join our 2020 National Learning Community!
While we encourage all types of reconciliation based dialogue, 4Rs will prioritize applications focusing around: displaced Indigenous peoples and refugees, two-spirit and LGBTQ+ youth, BIPOC relations and identities, Black-Indigenous and other mixed Indigenous identities, young Indigenous mothers, land and water protection, Indigenous futurisms, cultural protection/revitalization, and other conversations that are not prioritized meaningfully in the reconciliation process. We are also interested in White-settler led spaces whose intentions are to do the important work of anti-racism and educating within their communities.