CRE welcomes and encourages feedback from youth and community members. We acknowledge that receiving feedback is essential to ensuring that CRE is responsive to community concerns and is able to grow in a good way. Where possible, CRE encourages community members to direct their feedback to the appropriate department.
- For Indigenous Knowledge and Curriculum: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For the Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research: email@example.com
- For the Youth Reconciliation Initiative: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For overall CRE operations/processes: email@example.com
In instances where community members want to submit anonymous, sensitive or confidential feedback, please follow this process:
- Feedback can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Feedback will remain confidential and will allow us to raise issues internally at CRE.
Please title your email: CRE Confidential Feedback
- Within 3 business days of receiving feedback, CRE staff will contact the community member to acknowledge receipt of the email, request more information if necessary, and will let them know the steps going forward (i.e. timelines for a response, mediation policies if necessary, and a resolution process).
Community Advisory Circle
CRE is supported by a Community Advisory Circle (CAC) made up of community leaders from across Canada. The CAC includes 20 members with diverse skills, experiences and knowledge. A minimum of 25% of members are Indigenous youth.
The CAC’s role is to strengthen programs and services by ensuring they are community-informed and community-led. Members make recommendations on programs, review annual plans, ensure programs are in line with Indigenous knowledge practices and work collaboratively to support CRE’s growth and service expansion.
For more information on the Community Advisory Circle, or to become a member, please contact Shawna at email@example.com.