Join us Thursday, June 23, from 2 to 3:30pm PST for the next event in the Entering Ethical Space series: Equity in Land-Use Planning: Insights from Love-based Practices and Ethical Space.
With the recent release of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People Act Action Plan in British Columbia and the Province’s commitment to advance reconciliation through the Modernized Land Use Planning Program, equity in land use planning is of the utmost importance. The landscape of land use planning is changing, but how do we work together to ensure it changes in meaningful ways?
Elaine Alec from the Syilx Nation and Secwepemc Nation, and partner in Alderhill Planning Inc., an Indigenous-owned and operated planning company, will provide tangible examples of how love-based practices have led to positive results through community planning work.
Moe Nadeau, researcher and master’s student at Simon Fraser University, will present on ways in which Ethical Space offers an equitable framework for land use planning, with a focus on the Upper Columbia region.
This event is free, but please RSVP to secure your spot.