Indigenous Initiatives Circle
The mandate of King's Indigenous Initiatives Circle (IIC) is to further the university's commitments to indigenization and reconciliation.
IIC works with Indigenous communities, students, and advisors to inform its work and to invite future participation. Following the adage, nothing about us without us, the Indigenous Initiative Circle is first and foremost a place of listening and deep commitment to each other, hospitality and social transformation.
Indigenous Initiatives at The King's University
In the spirit of reconciliation and a deep desire to integrate indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing into the university community and curriculum, King's has embarked upon the following initiatives:
- Reciprocity Fund
- The King's University Land Acknowledgement
- Commitment to Reconciliation
- Truth and Reconciliation Commemorative Bench and Garden
- Bachelor of Education Indigenous Advisor
- Indigenization of King's curriculum; incorporating indigenous knowledge, world views, stories, and subject matter experts where possible.
- Indigenous curricular and co-curricular learning opportunities
- Research partnerships with Indigenous scholars, organizations, and communities.