We welcome Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, faculty, senior undergraduate, and graduate students to engage in a day of meaningful conversations about the responsibilities of conducting ethical research with Indigenous communities, including forms this research might take within the context of a changing sociopolitical landscape.

We take as a fundamental premise that the incorporation of indigenous knowledges and values at every stage of the research process has greatly transformed the ways in which ethical research is being re-defined, re-articulated, regulated, and operationalized within academia. We invite you to a space where we can come together to engage each other with thought-provoking ethics issues in diverse areas of Indigenous research.

This Workshop is generously funded by York University's Provost’s Indigenizing the Academy Initiative, the Office of the Vice President Research and Innovation (Events Fund), the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (Research Events Fund), and the Department of Anthropology.