‘Fostering Positive Relationships between Indigenous & non-Indigenous Peoples’

Led by Indigenous Elders and Traditional Knowledge Keepers with extensive experience facilitating the KAIROS Blanket Exercise (KBE), these (90-minute) interactive Zoom-based sessions aim to build positive relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people through truth, sharing, and open dialogue.  

Based in Indigenous worldviews and using Indigenous traditions and protocols, each KBE Teaching & Sharing Circle addresses historical and contemporary topics in an honest and personal way by blending data and facts with personal stories.  Each topic has been developed to complement the KBE and can serve as an introduction before you experience a (virtual or in-person) KBE or as a way to delve more deeply into a specific topic after attending a KBE.   

The T&S Circles program is offered as both public scheduled online sessions as well as private group sessions for schools and educational institutions, community groups and employers. Book a private session for your group (of up to 40 participants).

Join a KBE Teaching & Sharing Circle and experience a deep and meaningful way to learn about truth and reconciliation. 

Meet the KBE Teaching & Sharing Circles Facilitators 

Come Meet Our Presenters from the KAIROS Teaching and Sharing Circles

2021 Public Sessions

Each of these 2-hour Zoom-based, interactive sessions are led by an experienced KBE Indigenous facilitator/Knowledge Keeper. The cost for registering is $25 per session. Registrations are capped, so please register early to ensure your spot. Check our calendar for upcoming events.

Topics of Discussion

See a list of topics and detailed descriptions in the Topics Page.

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