Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

MacClement Lecture: Kevin Lamoureux - Oct. 13

The Faculty of Education is pleased to invite you to a lecture during Homecoming 2017 by Kevin Lamoureux titled, "Reconciliation and Post-Secondary Education."

6-8 pm
​Friday, October 13, 2017 
​Duncan McArthur Hall Auditorium (B101) 

Tickets are free, but space is limited - register for your tickets below!

The MacClement Lectureship was established in 1985 by friends and family in memory of William T. MacClement to support an annual lecture series. We are grateful for the continued generosity of all friends of the Faculty.

Lecture Topic
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission offered Canada 94 Calls to Action as a roadmap towards true reconciliation. Many of these recommendations centred upon education as a means of creating empathy, understanding and of righting historical wrongs. Today educators across the country, at all levels, are exploring ways to building in Indigenous histories, perspectives and experiences in a way that moves beyond tokenism into authentic learning that empowers learners to create change. This session will focus on Treaties and Treaty Relationships as a means of working towards repairing the wreckage left behind by the broken relationships that we have all inherited as Canadians.
Kevin Lamoureux is the Associate Vice President – Indigenous affairs at the University of Winnipeg. He previously served as an award winning course Instructor for the U of W, the University of Manitoba, and several other post-secondary institutions. He is a well-known public speaker, a writer, and co-host of the popular podcaster. Lamoureux served as co-Chair for the Provincial Task Force on Educational Outcomes for Children in Care in 2015 and his writing and reports have been featured in media outlets across Canada and many academic journals. He has been seen on local television (including APTN and the CBC news), heard around the world through his presentations; from Australia, to Thailand, parts of Europe, the United States and throughout Canada). He has consulted for government, justice, philanthropy, and throughout the private sector. As the Associate Vice President of the University of Winnipeg, Lamoureux is working in partnership with many to nurture safe space for Indigenous learners and knowledge.