Large-scale conferences

To inspire pedagogical thinking

Conference by Isabelle Picard

At a time when all of Quebec is thinking of a more inclusive way of doing things in relation to the First Peoples, the college educational institutions wish to take part in the conversation surrounding decolonization. In this conference given by Wendat ethnologist Isabelle Picard, we will undertake a reflection on the movement of decolonization of knowledge and know-how in our environment in order to be more equitable, more inclusive and more just.

Simultaneous interpretation in English will be offered to participants.
Individual member: free 
Associate member*: free 
*Associate member rate: free for individuals who work at an AQPC associate member institution. To obtain the discount code that entitles you to free access, please contact your institution’s AQPC representative
Non-member price: $15  
Biography
Isabelle Picard is a First Nations specialist. Far from fitting in one single box, she is also an ethnologist, lecturer, columnist, analyst, speaker, consultant, trainer and author. 
Among her accomplishments, Isabelle Picard launched and worked to set up the Wendat language revitalization project and was responsible for setting up the Kiuna Institution, the first Indigenous CEGEP in Quebec. She is also a columnist for the newspaper La Presse and regularly contributes, as a columnist or analyst, to various radio and television programs.  
Throughout her professional career, Isabelle Picard has always worked to make the realities of the First Peoples better known and to create bridges between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples, to promote better living together.