Carleton to Host Panel on Truth and Reconciliation Commission Call to Action 57

Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration will be hosting a panel discussion on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action 57 – reconciliation as a principle for public service.

When: Tuesday, Sept. 6, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where: River Building, 2nd Floor Conference Rooms, Carleton University
Info: Please register in advance.

The event will feature two panels and a featured speaker.

The first panel entitled Significance and strategy of the Government of Canada implementing Call to Action 57 will include, panellists Scott Serson former deputy minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Joe Wild senior assistant deputy minister, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Carleton Prof. Robert Shepherd will moderate.

The second panel entitled Advice to persons working in or with the Government of Canada as to the meaning of reconciliation as a principle for public service will include, Catherine MacQuarrie IPAC’s senior executive in residence, Aboriginal Government Program, Jennifer David manager and vice-president of Stonecircle, as well as, Maria Wilson the president of the University of Ottawa’s Aboriginal Education Council and former senior policy advisor with Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. Carleton’s Prof. Heather Dorries will moderate.

This event will take place as part of the orientation program for the first cohort of Carleton’s new master of Public Policy and Administration and new students in the master’s degree in Sustainable Energy Policy programs.

The featured speaker for the event will be Carleton’s Prof. Frances Abele, supervisor of the Indigenous Policy and Administration Program.

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Steven Reid
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Carleton University
613-520-2600, ext. 8718

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