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Reconciling Canada: Non-Aboriginal Discourses and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Reconciling Canada: Non-Aboriginal Discourses and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

The research explores non-Aboriginal attitudes towards Canadian reconciliation agenda in an international-comparative perspective. It argues that reconciliation as both public policy and social goal is highly dependent on a much greater consciousness of the ideological processes of non-Aboriginal communities in Canada. Moreover, a key to understanding reconciliation as both public policy and social goal is to explore public discourse within a moment of concern or obligation.

Researcher: Ravi De Costa and Tom Clark, University of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

Project Theme: Indigenous Justice

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