- Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue
- Bruce and Lis Welch Community Dialogue
- Climate Solutions
- Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Access
- Health and Wellness
- International Relations
- Reconciliation and Decolonization
- Teaching and Learning
- Urban Sustainability
- Redefining Philanthropy
- Strengthening Democracy
- SEMESTER IN DIALOGUE
- SFU COMMUNITY
Reconciliation and Decolonization
Climate Change & Human Rights with Sheila Watt-Cloutier
In 2020, we presented Siila Watt-Cloutier with the Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue in recognition of her international leadership in the use of dialogue in her work as an advocate for Indigenous, environmental, and cultural rights.
Decolonization and Urban Indigenous Planning: Ginger Gosnell-Myers
Ginger Gosnell-Myers' Fellowship focuses on Urban Indigenous Policy and Planning. She explores the lessons learned from her experiences working with cities across the country, what the aspirations for Indigenous city building can be, and some of the foundational tools and steps needed to ensure its success.
Indigenous Ways of Knowing: Dr. Karine Duhamel
Dr. Karine Duhamel's fellowship work at the Centre focuses on working with Indigenous communities and groups to articulate and communicate the importance of different issues including trauma and healing, cultural and personal safety, and what it means in distinctions-based and diversity-led practice to seek reconciliation.
Indigenous Ways of Knowing: Lindsay Heller
Through a fellowship appointment at the Centre, Lindsay Heller will create and deliver workshops, professional development opportunities and dialogue circles that weave together Indigenous knowledge and western science.
Redefining Philanthropy and Indigenous Ways of Knowing: Kris Archie
Through her fellowship at the Centre, Kris Archie is interested in exploring seasonal understandings of philanthropy that are informed by living systems.
Perspectives on Reconciliation
The inaugural Summer Institute, Perspectives on Reconciliation, aimed to help accelerate reconciliation work throughout the post-secondary sector in Canada and to connect many of the leaders at the forefront of this important journey.
Reconciliation with Chief Robert Joseph
In 2014, we presented Chief Robert Joseph with the 2014 Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue in recognition for his tireless work to renew relationships among Canada’s Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples.