The Working in Good Ways project offers practical strategies that community engaged learning practitioners can apply at different stages of their work with Indigenous communities. These resources are developed from the Community Engaged Learning office at the University of Manitoba, and are applicable to anyone working with Indigenous communities across the globe. The resources break down seven principles and five stages for a pathways to ethical Indigenous Community Engagement and partnerships. It can be completed on your own, or with a group.
The resource package includes a relational assessment guide and a practitioners workbook. For more information and to download the resources, visit their website by clicking the button below.