Are you living your commitment to reconciliation?
Are you confused about reconciliation?
Do you feel awkward about what you know and don’t know about Indigenous people in Canada?
Do you wonder what to say and do?
Are you curious about how your organization rates in their level of cultural confidence?
Are you wondering how reconciliation and the TRC Calls to Action can fit within your company's Corporate Social Responsibility strategy?
Building Cultural Confidence.
We are committed to helping build positive relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and communities in Canada by providing the tools to build cultural confidence.
Sakatay Global works with socially conscious organizations who believe in truth and reconciliation and who want the tools to build their cultural confidence and to cultivate vibrant and meaningful relationships with Indigenous people.
Our Definition of Cultural Confidence
A feeling of self-assurance arising from one’s own ability to understand, appreciate, and interact with persons from other cultures and/or belief systems.
Indigenous Circle Approach to Cultural Confidence™
Learn about Indigenous people in Canada. Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to build strong relationships with Indigenous colleagues, customers, and partners within your organization. Check out our latest training offers! Come join us!
This is the Reconciliation “How-To-Guide” you have been looking for! Learn about the six critical elements necessary to take meaningful steps towards reconciliation in a safe and supported environment.
Experience our life-changing culture camps for yourself and learn about the beauty and worldviews embedded within Indigenous languages, culture, values and traditional teachings as part of your journey towards reconciliation.
Enhance your organization’s capacity to work with Indigenous peoples by ensuring they have the knowledge and tools to be respectful and confident. Let’s create a program together to suit your needs!
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“The Indigenous Circle Approach to Cultural Confidence is an incredible way to learn about Indigenous people in Canada. Shannon is a terrific facilitator, and every Canadian should take this course.“
Regional Chief Morley Googoo, Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief for Nova Scotia
Brendan Yorke, Director of Teacher Recruitment, Teach for Canada
The Blanket exercise itself was particularly engaging, and the traditional items were beautiful reminders of the rich cultural heritage that has been stolen from Canada’s First Peoples
I will keep your powerful stories and your courageous activism close to my heart. On a broader scale, I will strive to promote a nation-to-nation relationship, based on mutual respect and recognition of past treaties.
Again, thank you for facilitating this experiential learning opportunity. I look forward to helping spread this exercise around Kingston and around Canada. Along with the government of Canada, I am committed to ending the decades of empty promises and I will strive to deliver concrete results to Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.”
Mark Gerretsen, MP Kingston and the Islands
Saimaniq Temela, Inuit Youth Leader
Felicity Feinman, Canada C3
Reina Lahtinen, Bed, ECE, Natured Education
Jim Narraway, Canada C3
Jim Narraway, Canada C3
Sakatay Global is proud to be a Certified Aboriginal Business.
Sakatay Global is proud to be a
Certified Aboriginal Business.