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Truth and Reconciliation: 92 and You

Truth and Reconciliation: 92 and You

Truth and Reconciliation: 92 and You

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After almost seven years since the release of the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission there is much to celebrate but still so much yet to accomplish.

Education remains crucial as we work to heal from the wreckage of the past and learn to walk together, in a good way. This session will focus on Call to Action 92 which speaks directly to the Private Sector.

Using strength-based approaches for creating meaningful invitations for all Canadians to participate in change, to be not just concerned citizens - but transformative.



Dr. Kevin Lamoureux, BA, MEd, PhD Candidate

Kevin Lamoureux is a dedicated teacher who is strengthening The University of Winnipeg’s mission to reach out to non-traditional students and provide more pathways into post-secondary education. As a gifted and engaged instructor with the Faculty of Education’s ACCESS program, Lamoureux has developed expertise in groundbreaking mentorship and inclusion programs as well as governance models within Aboriginal education. ACCESS provides an opportunity for students from Winnipeg’s inner city with non-traditional academic backgrounds to become teachers, through academic supports, counselling services, cultural teachings, and a warm supportive environment.

Lamoureux is heavily invested in the Manitoba school system and has become a well-known professional development speaker for school divisions, government agencies and community groups. He recently authored Inclusion in Partnership with the Winnipeg School Division and École River Heights School which offers a guide for teachers looking to include Aboriginal perspectives into their classrooms. He was lead author of Mentoring in a Canadian Context (2008) which is based on the belief that all children deserve to be engaged, challenged and supported, and that teachers can play a vital role in preventing youth from falling between the cracks. His expertise in building school climates where Aboriginal students and all non-traditional students will be successful is sought after in numerous keynote speaking engagements.

Lamoureux recently won the International Centre for Innovation in Education's Young Scholar Award in Ulm, Germany, as well as the University of New England's award for outstanding academic achievement in Graduate Studies. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of New England.

Lamoureux is nurturing a new generation of teachers who will create classrooms where all students can enjoy success, including troubled children and youth and Aboriginal students. Just as importantly, he is helping to shape a vision for Aboriginal education within UWinnipeg’s Faculty of Education.

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