Cultural Intelligence – Indigenous PerspectivesThe Indigenous community faces many unique challenges in the area of employment. ETHOS is dedicated to breaking down these barriers.
A sense of place in Indigenous cultures is extremely important. That’s why we acknowledge territory.
At ETHOS, our organizational mandate is to adopt a culturally supportive framework in terms of teaching and learning programs.
We would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which we gather is the unceded traditional territory of the Coast Salish peoples specifically the Snuneymuxw First Nation.
Because the emotional impact that comes with work in community really sets the foundation– really reinforces the importance and value of why transformation must occur and needs to occur in our business–ETHOS is engaged in exploring what Indigenous knowledge is, and we how might we understand the nature of Indigenous knowledge.
Developing relationships with Indigenous communities, their members, and families and engaging them in our schools, organizations, and businesses has benefits for all of us. The conversations with Indigenous community members and other educators are essential to enhancing our relationships, as well as the environments where we live, learn, and work.
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