In that spirit, we are calling together teams of young people between the ages of 18-30, to join our National Learning Community of facilitators (NLC) who will develop reconciliation initiatives in places and spaces relevant to them.
We have a community focused policy at 4Rs, and are looking for teams of 2-5 young people to walk with one another on this learning journey. For those of you drawn to apply to the NLC through this application process, we hope to see a shared passion for your community, however you define it.
HOW TO ANSWER THE SURVEY:
To be considered for participation in the learning community, please complete this form by January 6th. Questions 1 to 15 must be answered individually, 16-19 with your teammates.
While we encourage all types of reconciliation based dialogue, we are prioritizing 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.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Ron at email@example.com.
The National Learning Community will be announced by January 12th, 2019.