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ABORIGINAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FORUM
is collaborating with
INDIGENOUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & CULTURAL CIRCLE
National Indigenous Physical Activity & Wellness Conference
Date: May 15th & 16th, 2024
Venue: Red River College Polytechnic -Notre Dame Campus
IPACC National Indigenous Physical Activity & Wellness Conference & Shawane Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education Research Forum 2024 Update
We are excited to announce a groundbreaking collaboration for our 2024 conference, uniting the Shawane Dagosiwin: Aboriginal Education Research Forum, and the Indigenous Physical Activity & Cultural Circle (IPACC) for a special edition of the National Indigenous Physical Activity & Wellness Conference (NIPAW). This unique partnership represents a significant milestone, creating a comprehensive platform to explore the intersections of Indigenous education, cultural practices, and health and wellness.
This year’s conference is dedicated to fostering a holistic space where the richness of Indigenous research methodologies and the crucial themes of physical activity and wellness converge. It’s an unparalleled opportunity to delve into how traditional and contemporary Indigenous knowledge informs and enhances the realms of education and physical activity.
Our 2024 conference will focus on innovative, interactive, and culturally resonant approaches to understanding and promoting physical activity and wellness within Indigenous communities. We aim to highlight the diverse and dynamic ways these communities engage with education, physical activity, and wellness, emphasizing the importance of integrating Indigenous perspectives into broader health and educational practices.
We look forward to bringing together a wide array of voices and perspectives to celebrate and discuss the vital role of Indigenous knowledge in shaping practices and policies that enhance wellness across communities.
Join us in making the 2024 conference a landmark event that honors the legacy and potential of Indigenous knowledge to inspire positive change in education, health, and wellness.