Hosted by the Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement, the Kinàmàgawin Symposium addresses timely topics—chosen by students—relevant to Indigenous peoples and empowers students, staff and faculty at Carleton to further their own knowledge and become a positive force for change.
The name Kinàmàgawin, which means Learning Together, is shared by the Kinàmàgawin report published by the Carleton University Strategic Indigenous Initiatives Committee in 2020. In 2022, the Kinàmàgawin Progress Report was released.
Previous Symposium Events
- Topic: Accessing the Academy: A Four Directions Approach
- Keynote Presenters: Dr. Chantal Fiola, Dr. Verna St. Denis, Paula MacDonald, and Tera Beaulieu
- Topic: Surviving the Pandemic: Indigenous Approaches to Wellbeing
- Keynote speakers: Dr. James Makokis and Dr. Raven Sinclair
- Topic: The Inuit Relocations: Intergenerational Impacts and Inuit Resilience
- Keynote speakers: Martha Flaherty and Sheila Watt-Cloutier
- Topic: Indigenous Identity and Sovereignty
- Keynote speakers: Pam Palmater and Darryl Leroux