Voices of lived experience
The speakers bureau is a network of adoptees and foster care survivors that are able to provide presentations on issues related to Indigenous child welfare.
Customized presentations can be created for the classroom, events, or professional development sessions that focuses on community building, supporting lived experienced of Indigenous adoptees impacted by colonial child welfare policies.
The range of topics include but are not limited too:
- Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women/Girls
- Historical Violence on Indigenous Women
- Sixties Scoop Adoption
- Grassroots Community building & Organizing
- Intergenerational Trauma
- Mental Health(PTSD/ C-PTSD)
Simply complete the request form by selecting a workshop from the menu below. A member of the network will contact you for more details and to make the necessary arrangements. Click here for request form.
If you are an adoptee/foster care survivor with experience in speaking or facilitating presentions and would like to join the speakers bureau please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org