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The Seeds for Justice Facilitators Collective has a great collection of workshops available for booking. Book your workshop for the late spring or fall TODAY!

The Facilitators Collective is a Seeds for Justice initiative hosted under the Kawartha World Issues Centre. Entirely youth-driven, the Collective’s goal is to develop and deliver social and environmental justice-themed workshops to youth in Peterborough and the surrounding areas. Our peer-to-peer model encourages dialogue and an understanding of both local and global issues while inspiring hope and change. The Facilitators Collective’s arts-based workshops are fun and interactive and operate using a popular education and anti-oppression framework, as we are committed to making learning and education an accessible and safe space for all!
  
Check out these exciting workshops!
  • *NEW* The Rotten Reality of Food Waste & Climate Change  
  • *NEW* Be the Change: Practicing Democracy Everyday  
  • Seeing Yourself in the World: Exploring Local and Global Citizenship 
  • What’s the Difference? Moving from Charity to Social Justice  
  • DIY Patch-Making: Crafting for Change! 
  • Collaborative Canvases: A Mural Making Workshop 
If you want to learn more about these workshops, or if you want to book one of these workshops for the month of June or for the fall, contact Rachelia Giardino at workshops@kwic.info
 
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TRACKS has a great collection of workshops available for booking. Book your workshop for the fall TODAY!

TRACKS is Trent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science, a youth program run in partnership with the Indigenous Environmental Studies/Sciences department of Trent University and the Kawartha World Issues Centre.

TRACKS offers summer camp experiences at Trent University and in First Nations communities during the summer months, as well as community outreach and school outreach activities all year in the Peterborough and surrounding areas. All of our programming is fun, hands-on, experiential, and combines both Indigenous knowledge and scientific principles.

We are currently booking the following workshops (which can be adapted for any grade level!):

  • G’Chi-Nibi – Sacred Water
  • Ode-min – Strawberry
  • Mishiikenh- Turtle
  • Mtigwaaki – Forest
  • Lessons from our Grandfathers: Minerals on Turtle Island 
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