Establishing Right Relations: Indigenous Settler Relations in Colonized Countries

Understanding complex relationships between settler and indigenous populations is central to Truth and Reconciliation. These relationships have evolved distinctively across the world and students will work with our partners in colonized countries, including New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Belize to explore issues of personal, social and legal rights, land rights and cultural repression, as well as the differing approaches to remediation adopted in different jurisdictions. Students will return to share their experiences in a forum on Indigenous – Settler relations that will be made available to the broader community.

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