top of page
Practices and techniques for turning cultural needs and challenges into opportunities for individual and collective growth.
This dynamic training program emphasizes “walking the talk” and is aimed at facilitating collaboration and fruitful partnerships between individuals from different cultural backgrounds through shared projects.
Dr. Roger Parent
University of Alberta
Designed and field-tested the workshop process nationally and internationally over a twenty year period in academic, government and organizational circles, including Aboriginal and First Nations communities. Award-wining academic publications, films and audio-visual learning resources in French and English support and enrich the learning process.
Dr. Michel Zekulin
University of Australia
Speaks on the related issue of Radicalization to Violence
Preplanning and evaluative activities tailor the training offered
to the needs and expectations of participants.
bottom of page