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Silencing Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Analysis of Canadian Educational, Legal and Administrative Practice
International Journal of Law and Public Administration
As a result of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (or TRCC, 2015a, 2015b), calls to action concerning education and law reform have been made. Currently, there is an increase in reconciliation discourse in law, healthcare and education policy, curricula and pedagogy. In Canada, efforts to decolonize institutional structures compel scholars and activists to highlight the imperative of critical analysis of identity and place in answering the calls to action. Although it wasdoi:10.11114/ijlpa.v2i1.4157 fatcat:x4lsybffpzehzdrqolt5hgkila