In 2008, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd issued an apology for the sufferings of the Aboriginal Stolen Generation.
In Canada, there is a Truth Commission led by a First Nations judge, dealing with the treatment of indigenous children in the Residential Schools.
In many countries, indigenous people remain oppressed and dispossessed today.
Across the world, indigenous peoples have their own processes for healing and reconciliation, from healing walks to complex ceremonies. Join us for an evening of discussion, short films and music around this crucial theme.
Participants include Victorino Tejaxún (Guatemala), Leah Armstrong (Reconciliation Australia), Indigie-Femme (USA).
In collaboration with the Indigeneity project at Royal Holloway, University of London.