See the CBC coverage of the event.
Report: Historic Healing Journey of Inuit TB Sanatorium Survivors
In cooperation with Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., SeeChange brought a group of Inuit TB sanatorium survivors and youths to Hamilton, Ontario in July, where more than 1,200 Inuit were treated for tuberculosis in the 1950s and 60s, often suffering from abuse and isolation. The goal of the historic trip was two-fold: to bring healing and closure to survivors and to educate younger Inuit and the Canadian public about this little-known chapter of Indigenous history.
September 18, 2023
SeeChange Spotlight Event
Join us for a debate on decolonizing health in Canada, with a spotlight on Inuit experiences and solutions, on September 29, 2023, in Montreal. Speakers include McGill professor and pediatrician Dr. Samir Shaheen-Hussain, author of 'Fighting for a Hand to Hold - Confronting Medical Colonialism against Indigenous Children in Canada', acclaimed Inuk singer and mental health advocate Beatrice Deer who will also be performing at the event; Naomi Tatty, Inuk nurse and SeeChange staff and SeeChange CEO and McGill professor of practice Rachel Kiddel-Monroe.
September 19, 2023
Sierra Leone: Circle of Girls
The Circle of Girls project in Tonkolili District, Sierra Leone helps adolescent girls better understand sexual and reproductive health, as well as their rights.
August 8, 2023
Bringing Healing and Closure for TB Sanatorium Survivors
SeeChange Initiative, Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. and the Art Gallery of Hamilton invite you to join us for an event to learn more about the little-known history of Inuit tuberculosis sanatorium survivors, and the intergenerational trauma it has caused.
July 7, 2023
The CommunityFirst Approach: Reorienting the COVID-19 pandemic response in Indigenous communities through empowerment, autonomy and ownership for health and wellbeing
June 9, 2023
Decoloniality, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at SeeChange Initiative
Many DEI initiatives fail to achieve the change and social justice outcomes organizations had hoped for. Why? The root cause lies in the deep-set colonial mindset that persists both in our social systems and within each of us.
June 9, 2023