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?
The suburban-built environment whitewashes the violence and theft on which Canada is built.
Being Canada’s next governor general will be Mary Simon’s most challenging diplomatic mission yet.
Universities must meaningfully acknowledge they are sited on unceded First Nations land and Indigenous culture should be recognised in campus design. These steps are vital for reconciliation.
How did a national leader whose animating political spirit was protecting human rights come to adopt a passive acceptance of Canada’s worst face of colonialism?
Based on the Cote d'Ivoire experience, the United Nations must reconsider its emphasis on coordinating reintegration and transitional justice irrespective of the post-war context.
The destruction of IAP residential school records and media reports that continually emphasize compensation will ensure that if remembered, the process will be remembered through a colonial gaze.
Narratives that historicize colonialism are not new. Canadians and our leaders have a long history of denying our settler colonial present.
In 1974, Congress invented the reconciliation process to reduce deficits. More recently, reconciliation has been used in ways that increase the deficit. A public policy scholar explains the process.
There is a quiet process underway, aimed at achieving the recognition of the First Nations that has so far eluded Australia.
Demands to remove, or preserve, the statues polarize communities, rather than building a shared future.