The prime minister has made a good start on a referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. But as always, the details will be crucial.
Apologizing for people versus the establishment that upheld not only the Indian Residential Schools system but protected – and continues to protect — the people who committed the crimes is horrifying.
What do popular ‘settler’ Australian stories like The Castle and Trent Dalton’s books say about who we are? What do they evade? Jeanine Leane investigates the state of post-Mabo Australian literature.
Mbeki has successfully transitioned from being an old horse of South Africa’s governing ANC to a highly venerated and in-demand African elder statesman.
Newcomers to Canada tend to be more supportive of Indigenous Peoples and reconciliation than other Canadians.
One of the last relics of ‘lost cause’ ideology is nearing its end as a federal panel has recommended renaming US military bases now honoring Confederate generals.
As the number of unmarked graves found will likely only increase over the months and years to come, we can’t forget that every child matters.
It is worth considering whether efforts to enlist the church in reconciliation have been helped or hindered by how settlers think about early written records.
Reconciliation can help address the interrelated global problems of climate crisis, interspecies displacement, gendered and racialized violence and white supremacist structures.
A researcher who studied family estrangement identifies the main reasons behind it and how people can find a path to reconcile and heal family rifts.
Ethiopia’s main religions need to take an emotional distance from politics and find a neutral space so they can get moral clarity.
What’s happening in Belize is a work in progress. Its citizens pursue diverse self-determined actions along with repatriation as steps toward generational healing and redress.
As people recognize the value in weaving together knowledge systems and move towards reconciliation, Indigenous Peoples are being increasingly approached.
For University of Winnipeg’s inner-city studies department, remote learning has disrupted the dialogue that is critical for moving from truth toward reconciliation and action.
Here’s what the education system needs to do to help teachers address, repair and heal education towards and beyond reconciliation.
This federal election, think about which parties are proposing to give power to Indigenous Peoples and their governments.
People wanted to use photography not only to document the aftermath of war and violence, but also to actively support peace.
It may be possible to expand people’s circle of moral concern and, in turn, promote reconciliation through connecting people to nature.
Discussions on the renaming of Ryerson University must prioritize the public interest and meet the collective responsibility to engage with Canada’s history of Indigenous oppression.
Which languages get to “count” as bilingual in Canada? And who gets to be the “right” kind of bilingual?