7 episodes

In their own words, public servants give voice to diverse experiences—and struggles—around what it means to be Indigenous: from being firmly rooted in community, to living in two worlds but belonging in neither. Discussions about the legacies of history, the role of culture in the workplace, and how to move forward on reconciliation shed light on the varied factors that motivate Indigenous people to join, and stay, in the Public Service.

Indigenous Perspectives Todd Lyons

    • Government
    • 4.6 • 18 Ratings

In their own words, public servants give voice to diverse experiences—and struggles—around what it means to be Indigenous: from being firmly rooted in community, to living in two worlds but belonging in neither. Discussions about the legacies of history, the role of culture in the workplace, and how to move forward on reconciliation shed light on the varied factors that motivate Indigenous people to join, and stay, in the Public Service.

    Priorities, pt. 2

    Priorities, pt. 2

    Canadian public servants share more ideas about the way forward on reconciliation.

    Priorities, pt. 1

    Priorities, pt. 1

    Some of Canada's own public servants share about their ideas about the way forward on reconciliation.

    Support

    Support

    The role of Indigenous culture in the public service.

    Realities

    Realities

    Public servants share their thoughts and feelings on the realities of being an Indigenous person.

    Conversation with Gina Wilson

    Conversation with Gina Wilson

    Indigenous Perspectives presents a special one-to-one chat with Gina Wilson, Deputy Minister of Status of Women Canada and Champion of Federal Indigenous employees in the Government of Canada.

    Things to Know

    Things to Know

    On this episode, a completely open question. What is it about you, your community or your culture that you want others to know?

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings