RRU faculty members publish on topics related to truth & reconciliation. We've collected a few recent publications here.
- Tales from the Field: Call to Action Engage in Critical Indigenous Leadership Activism and Allyship
Mitchell, D., and Bishop, K. (2020). In J. Bruce and K. McKee (Editors), Transformative Leadership in Action: Allyship, Advocacy, and Activism (pages 129-138). Emerald Publishing.
- Using Universal Design for Learning to Create Inclusive Provisions for Indigenous Students in Higher Education – Decolonizing Teaching Practices
Fovet, F. (2020). In L. Roberts (Editor), Redesigning Learning, Leadership, and Indigenous Education in the 21st Century (pages 253-274). IGI Global.
- Developing elders support for trauma informed emergency departments (DESTINED): Final report.
Hartney, E., & the DESTINED Project Team. (2020). Centre for Health Leadership and Research, Royal Roads University. http://dx.doi.org/10.25316/IR-14929
- Promoting reconciliation through research collaboration between Xaaynangaa Naay and Northern Health Authority: Beginning the dialogue.
Hartney, E., & Gladstone, S. (2019). Position Paper. Victoria, Canada: Centre for Health Leadership and Research, Royal Roads University. http://dx.doi.org/10.25316/IR-3759
- Indigenous mental health & substance use leadership research planning initiative: Final report.
Hartney, E. (2019). Victoria, Canada: Centre for Health Leadership and Research, Royal Roads University. http://dx.doi.org/10.25316/IR-4419