The journey of reconciliation webinar series: Circles of accountability for non-profit action
The Circle’s Shereen Munshi will sit in conversation with a panel of philanthropic peers to discuss the role of accountability for active reconciliation.
The non-profit sector has witnessed and engaged in an increased range of programming, conference themes, keynotes, and hashtags. Indigenous peoples from coast – to coast – to coast have and continue sharing their wisdom, support and energy to inform the sector on ways to meaningfully engage in reconciliation.
Often, these experiences leave us feeling connected with a commitment to know more, and an emotional drive to do something. A sense of ‘now what’?
In October, The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity shared an opportunity with The Circle to invite a cohort of philanthropic peers to participate in the Reconciliation and Rights Relations Program. This transformative program left us with the same feeling; Now what?
Together, Sonia Dayal, Marnie Grona, Holly McLellan and Shereen Munshi agreed to one answer. Now what? We stay accountable.