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Pathways of reconciliation : Indigenous and settler approaches to implementing the TRC's calls to action / edited by Aimée Craft and Paulette Regan.

Publication:
Winnipeg, Manitoba : University of Manitoba Press, 2020.
Series:
Perceptions on Truth and Reconciliation ; 2
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource
Subjects:
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
Truth commissions -- Canada.
Indigenous peoples -- Abuse of -- Canada.
Canada -- Race relations.
Reconciliation.
Contents:
Cover
Contents
Introduction
Part One: Reframing
Chapter 1. Paved with Comfortable Intentions: Moving beyond Liberal Multiculturalism and Civil Rights Frames on the Road to Transformative Reconciliation
Chapter 2. Perceptions on Truth and Reconciliation: Lessons from Gacaca in Post-Genocide Rwanda
Chapter 3. Monitoring That Reconciles: Reflecting on the TRC's Call for a National Council for Reconciliation
Chapter 4. A Move to Distract: Mobilizing Truth and Reconciliation in Settler Colonial States
Part Two: Learning and Healing
Chapter 5. Teaching Truth before Reconciliation
Chapter 6. "The Honour of Righting a Wrong": Circles for Reconciliation
Part Three: Researching
Chapter 7. What Does Reconciliation Mean to Newcomers Post-TRC?
Chapter 8. Healing from Residential School Experiences: Support Workers and Elders on Healing and the Role of Mental Health Professionals
Chapter 9. Learning and Reconciliation for the Collaborative Governance of Forestland in Northwestern Ontario, Canada
Part Four: Living
Chapter 10. Bending to the Prevailing Wind: How Apology Repetition Helps Speakers and Hearers Walk Together
Chapter 11. How Do I Reconcile Child and Family Services' Practice of Cultural Genocide with My Own Practice as a CFS Social Worker?
Chapter 12. Repatriation, Reconciliation, and Refiguring Relationships: A Case Study of the Return of Children's Ar twork from the Alberni Indian Residential School to Survivors and Their Families
Conclusion
Acknowledgements
Bibliography
Contributors
Notes:
Some chapters were initially presented as part of a conference Pathways to Reconciliation, co-sponsored by the University of Manitoba, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and the University of Winnipeg in June 2016.
Includes bibliographical references.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Craft, Aimée, 1980- editor.
Regan, Paulette, 1949- editor.
ProQuest ebook central
Other format:
Print version: Pathways of reconciliation.
ISBN:
9780887558566
0887558550
0887558569
9780887558559
Publisher Number:
40030191419
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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