Willie Ermine (Sturgeon Lake First Nations) defines Ethical Spaces as “when two societies with disparate worldviews are poised to engage each other.” In this primer on Ethical spaces, learn the fundamentals of how to create meaningful, reciprocal engagement between indigenous and non-indigenous groups, as well as identifying the barriers that often get in the way when trying to utilize traditional ecological knowledge.
This webinar was be led by Gwen Bridge, a member of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation in Alberta, CA, and environmental scientist with 20 years of experience in improving Indigenous organizations and supporting partnerships with non-indigenous government and partner organizations. All groups were welcome to attend no matter how much or little background you have on this topic.
- Enacting and Operationalizing Ethical Space and Two-Eyed Seeing in Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas and Crown Protected and Conserved Areas, Resource Prepared by Danika Littlechild and Colin Sutherland
- Voices of Understanding: Looking Through the Window, Alberta Energy Regulator
Contact: Gwen Bridge