Indigenous Law Students Association
The Indigenous Law Club aims to serve and support Indigenous students and raise awareness among non-Indigenous students and staff about legal issues that impact Indigenous People in Canada.
Coordinator, Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation
Our Indigenous Coordinator works directly with Indigenous students through the offices of Admissions, Student Services, and Career & Professional Development. They also provide cultural supports and creates Indigenous initiatives for the Faculty.
Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Moot
In Cree, "Kawaskimhon" means speaking with knowledge about what is right. Each year a team of UCalgary Law students participate in this national, non-adversarial moot designed to incorporate Indigenous values and concepts of dispute resolution.
Writing Symbols Lodge
Writing Symbols Lodge provides academic, personal, and cultural support services and programs to prospective and current First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students, and offers a welcoming and supportive learning environment for the whole campus community.
UCalgary Office of Indigenous Engagement
The Office of Indigenous Engagement and ii' taa'poh'to'p guide UCalgary on its path of transformation, and communicate its commitment and responsibility for truth and reconciliation.
Indigenous Relations Training Program
Open to students, staff, faculty and the public who are seeking development to gain a better understanding of the issues facing Canada's Indigenous population today, and how to build relationships with those communities.