The Indigenous Youth Policy Hackathon will connect participants with experts in the field of policy to deconstruct two policy issues that are currently impacting Indigenous communities in Canada. Participants will work collaboratively in a supportive virtual learning environment to increase their policy capacity in critical analysis, innovation, and reconciliation.
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CREation is a multi-level funding program that supports strengths-based, community-focused and youth-led projects taking place in communities across Canada. Grassroot…
The culmination of our first virtual art residency, "The Stories They Don't Tell" features 4 artists who participated in the Black Indigenous Creative Youth Solidarity Initiative.
The Peer Program is a 4-year program, designed specifically for youth across Canada who have had limited access to education and employment experience, will work to advance the personal and professional capacity of Indigenous youth (18-29).
CRE’s Policy Forecast is a quarterly roundup of what’s happening in policy - whether that’s at the grassroots or parliamentary level - and how it could impact you, your community, your politics, and your activism.
In this issue of CRE Explains, we’re breaking down some of the Budget 2021 investments that will impact Indigenous youth and their communities the most.
Looking for something to do this Earth Day? While it might be difficult to get out on the land today, why not join us as we watch documentaries, listen to podcasts and read articles that uplift Indigenous voices!
May 21 @ 12:00 pm -
May 29 @ 12:00 pm -