ASHUKAN offers professional training on numerous topics related to the First Peoples living in Quebec, Ontario, and the Maritimes. The approach aims to differently grasp historical, political, and social issues in order to better understand Indigenous perspectives.
Accessible at all times, our virtual platform allows you to follow the training at your own pace and from wherever you wish
High-quality training designed by First Nations members and recognized by numerous professional organizations and educational institutions
Opportunity to create customized training to meet the specific needs of your organization
Our lectures are offered in person upon request, as well as virtually throughout the year (check our calendar)
Opportunity to create customized workshops to meet the specific needs of your organization
High-quality lectures offered by First Nations members
The strategic support service of the Ashukan Institute offers a personalized and expert approach in terms of collaboration with the First Nations. We aim to guide and advise organizations, companies, and individuals looking to establish respectful and mutually beneficial relationships with Indigenous communities. Our expertise in strategy and direction allows for effective navigation through the various issues, cultures, and structures of Indigenous peoples, promoting harmonious and enriching collaboration. Whether for partnership projects, development, or reconciliation, we guide you step by step to ensure the success and sustainability of your initiatives towards the First Nations.
In embracing the Bear and its symbolism, the Ashukan Institute aims to:
Assert our pride in our identity and our mission: to promote the richness of our cultures, pass on our history from an Indigenous perspective, and raise awareness of the realities and issues affecting Indigenous peoples, in order to contribute to building bridges between nations.
Celebrating our kinship and expressing our solidarity with all Indigenous entrepreneurs who proudly embrace their roots while contributing to the economic development of First Nations.
For more information: https://id1n.org/en/