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Recognizing and combating colonial practices within institutions

Dr. Helen Brown's work as lead investigator is featured among the Applied Science offerings for learning more about and celebrating

2021 National Indigenous Peoples' Day

Photo credit Gwantilakw Cranmer, ‘Namgis First Nation.


Two years after the MMIWG report, targeted work must move urgently ahead

Margaret Moss continues the conversation begun two years ago with the release of the Final Report on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

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Margaret Moss, Director, FNHL

Margaret Moss Accepts New Role

Associate Professor Margaret Moss, Director of the First Nations House of Learning, has accepted a role with the US National Academy of Medicine. She will occupy a seat on the Board of Population Health and Public Health Practice.

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SSHRC Instagram Story

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council hosted an Instagram feature on the storytelling project for people who are in prison.


Art, Mental Health, Men in Prison

UBC Team Launches Art Initiative to Promote Mental Health for Men in Prison

Dr. Helen Brown and her team have found a way of supporting people in prison to create something beautiful during a dark and difficult time. That's how they describe their new program to deliver “art and reciprocity kits” to people disproportionately impacted by the Canadian criminal justice system.

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: An epidemic on both sides of the Medicine Line.

Dr. Margaret Moss, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Director of the First Nations House of Learning.


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