Working Together Towards a Better Tomorrow
Cost $25 per workshop. Download the registration form Workshop Registration Form 2014 here. Limited seating available-register early!
|Feb 12||9:30-11:30am||Aboriginal People and The Law Facilitator: Jack Kruger, Court Worker with Native Court Workers Association of BCA recap of the relationship between the Aboriginal Peoples and the Law and the impacts of those laws.|
|Feb 12||1:30-3:30pm||Traditional Ecological Knowledge Facilitator: Chad Eneas, TEK Coordinator with The En’owkin CentreA basic introduction to the traditional practices as well as the cultural land use protocols used to enhance conservation efforts in preserving traditional foods and medicines.|
|Feb 13||9:30-11:30am||Child Protection Mediation Facilitator: Lenora Star, Child Protection MediatorThe mediation process rooted with aboriginal content used to resolve disputes in a practical and cost effective way.|
|Feb 13||1:30-3:30pm||Restorative Justice Facilitator: Bruce Manual, Corrections Liaison Officer with South Okanagan Restorative Justice ProgramA recap of Restorative Justice Program and services including an introduction of Gladue.|
Coffee and refreshments available at each workshop.
Sponsored by Penticton & Area Access Society (PAAS)
In partnership with: Law Foundation; Restorative Justice; Native Court Workers Association; En’owkin Centre