How to be a Good Indigenous Research Partner

In honour of National Indigenous History month in June every year, this early fall CRIC webinar will host insights on how to partner with Indigenous researchers, people, communities, and organizations in a good way drawing on the lived experiences of Indigenous researchers as well as Indigenous methodological and ethical frameworks and tools. 

Distinctions-Based Approach— Brief overview of the diversity of Indigenous peoples, communities (rural and urban), Nations and systems of governance. 

Community-Based Partnership Research (CBPR) — Overview of CBPR and the four R’s of: Respect, Relevance, Reciprocity, and Responsibility.

Indigenous Frameworks in Action — Overview of the principles of the Two Row, Aditiwazi Nisoditadiwin, One Foot Two Canoes, OCAP, USAI, the Métis Ethical Standards for Research, and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ).

Presenters include: Jana George, Manager, Research and Policy Development at SISCO; Dr. Russell Evans, Research Associate at SISCO; Sheila Grantham, Research Associate at SISCO; Sarah Roberton, CAIP, Vice President, Corporate and Public Affairs at Environics Research; Max Skudra, Partner at Mokwateh

How to be a Good Indigenous Research Partner