Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Practices, Policies and Programs

October 19-21, 2022, Winnipeg, Manitoba

In order to increase Canadians' knowledge of their country and provide platforms for cross-sectoral and multidisciplinary exchanges about the country's past, present and future the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Practices, Policies and Programs conference, October 19-21, Winnipeg Manitoba, October 20 will offer a stream of programing presented by ACS featuring educators and content of particular importance to individuals with an interest in history education, social studies and developing ones knowledge of Canada through the critical study of the past, present and future of Canadian society.

The programing includes sessions on:

  • The “Wehwehneh Bahgahkinahgohn” project and public act of reclamation and reconciliation in downtown Winnipeg
  • Situating Refugees in Canada’s historic narrative
  • Ancestries, Identities and Public Policies; Launching uMetropolis
  • Giving the Past a Future: Rediscovering Canada’s Origins
  • CBC/Radio-Canada: Understanding and Reflecting Canada
  • Le rôle de l’éducation dans la dépolarisation d’une société
  • The October 20th plenary session and sessions D1, D2, D4, D7, D8, E1, E6, E9, F2 F4 & F8 are presented with the above mentioned objectives and will feature educators from the Manitoba Social Sciences Teachers' Association (MSSTA) and academics involved in the Thinking Historically for Canada's future research project along with other experts.

    A virtual program for online viewing of the recorded sessions will be posted November 2022.

    For a complete conference program visit: