Indigenous Perspectives in Social Work Practice - INST 1302

This course focuses on traditional and contemporary Indigenous approaches to social work practice. Students will be introduced to Indigenous worldviews, teachings, language, and ceremony, predominately from a nehiyaw (Cree) perspective. They will gain knowledge of Indigenous pre-contact and post-contact life, with emphasis on oppressive social policies, the contemporary impacts of colonialism, and the role of social work. Initiatives and strategies that are being undertaken to strengthen and maintain Indigenous culture, language, and way of life will be explored. These concepts will be applied within the context of social work theory and practice.

Note: Restricted to Arts and Sciences, Indigenous Studies, Open Studies

Term Duration Schedule Class Section Open Studies


Fall Sep. 3 - Dec. 20, 2024 Tue: 09:30 am - 12:30 pm
41207 A01 No

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