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16 March 2021



16 March 2021

Canadian Association

Canadian Association of Social Workers

Indigenous Perspectives & Social Work: Our Shared Past and Future

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This webinar strives to encourage ongoing discussion and continual learning. Understanding and acknowledging our shared colonial past will help us to create a more just and healthy shared future.

Social workers are highly diverse yet share the same values of social justice, respect for all and service to humanity. As a profession we have the opportunity to move forward with genuine reconciliation.

Webinar objectives are:
To encourage ongoing discussion and learning about our shared history of colonisation
To examine colonisation from our social work lens
To discuss where we are today as a consequence of colonisation

The webinar is led by Kara Moss – a registered social worker, therapist, trainer and community volunteer on Canada. Kara is passionate about attachment theory and is applicability to all cultures. She has worked in Mexico and Sierra Leone and now works across Manitoba including within a number of remote Northern First Nation communities. She also spent 15 years working in child welfare in both front line and management roles.

16 March 2021

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16 Mar 2021



16 March 2021

Canadian Association

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