These recommendations are summarized from the ones in the report. To see the full recommendations as they are originally worded, see the full report here.
|The UASU shall encourage members of the Executive Committee to receive training on Indigenous Peoples in Canada.||– Developed Truth and Reconciliation framework, participated in KAIROS blanket exercises, added standing orders requirement for Execs to receive appropriate training in perpetuity.|
|The UASU should register its senior staff in the Indigenous Partnership Development Program (IPDP) or similar courses.||Several core managers and other senior staff have taken training courses/workshops, completed the Indigenous Canada MOOC, and participated in KAIROS blanket exercises.|
|The UASU shall provide students the opportunity to learn about Indigenous Peoples in Canada through presentations, plaques, advertising initiatives, etc.||Co-development and implementation of relevant sessions for Week of Welcome.|
|The UASU shall raise awareness of positive Indigenous student experiences.||Collaborative events highlighting Indigenous student leadership, such as the renewed Indigenous Celebration Week.|