Breaking Bread: Urban Planning in Indigenous Communities

Breaking Bread: Urban Planning in Indigenous Communities

On Thursday, February 25 from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm join Dr. Leonie Sandercock from the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning for a virtual discussion on Urban Planning in Indigenous Communities! This discussion is part of the TRU Students’ Union’s Breaking Bread series to connect small groups of students with community leaders to share perspectives, foster connections, and build community.

Dr. Sandercock is part of designing and delivering the Indigenous Community Planning (ICP) concentration within UBC’s Master of Community and Regional Planning. The curriculum for this program is delivered in partnership with the Musqueam Indian Band and only admits approximately 10 students per year. 

This virtual discussion will cover a wide area of topics based on participants’ interests. Topics it will touch on include:

  • Community planning as a tool for self-determination
  • Ways in which indigenous communities are expanding community planning
  • Challenges to successful community planning
  • The inclusion of indigenous voices in broader regional and urban planning processes
  • And more!

If you are a student who is interested in joining this discussion sign up below! After signing up, you will receive more information and a link to join the virtual discussion! 

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Bookings are closed for this event.

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When:

Feb 25, 2021 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Who:
TRUSU Campaigns Committee | campaigns@trusu.ca | 2508285289

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