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Ethics, Risk, and Relationships: Indigenous Research

Webinar: June 20, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. MT

Are you a scholar interested in Indigenous research? Are you a researcher looking to learn more?

Join Keeta Gladue from the Indigenous Research Support Team for an exploration of Indigenous research ethics.

This presentation is for those curious about Indigenous research, community engagement, and what it means to conduct ethical research with Indigenous Peoples.

We will discuss:

  • Why Indigenous research is unique with historical case studies
  • Tri-council criteria for what is considered Indigenous research
  • More about community engagement, including when it should happen and what it can look like
  • Information on Indigenous data sovereignty, including OCAP® and CARE principles
  • More about what Indigenous Research Support Team is and how we support Indigenous research

When: Tuesday, June 20, 2023 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. MT, online

This webinar is open to students, faculty, staff, postdocs and community members.

About the Speaker

Keeta Gladue
Ethics and Process Specialist, UCalgary Indigenous Research Support Team

Keeta is an Indigenous futurist, scholar, and researcher. Cree and Métis, she approaches diversity, equity, and anti-racism from an Indigenous community-based perspective. Her research includes studies on the topics of Indigenous mental health, post-secondary education, and academic integrity.

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Questions? irst@ucalgary.ca