Youth Outreach

École Ronald-Marion Workshop

Listening to the Land Workshop with École Ronald-Marion York University March 20, 2019 By: Jayce Chiblow The Indigenous Environmental Justice Project along with the Faculty of Environmental Studies hosted École Ronald-Marion students at York University. The students joined Jayce Chiblow and Nasreen Hussain for a morning workshop that began with honoring the previous Indigenous nations […]

We are the Movement

Meagan Dellavilla, a Master’s student of Environmental Studies research engaged in the “We Are the Movement”: Toronto-based Indigenous Youth Explore Environmental (In)Justice. In March, a two-part (6 hour) workshop series engaged 10 Indigenous youth in conversation about environmental (in)justice. Through arts-based activities, youth ranging in age from 12 to 24 articulated their experiences with and […]

School of Life Experience Alternative

By: Max Klein On the morning of December 12th a small group of students from SOLEA (School of Life Experience Alternative) came to York University for a tour of the Keele Campus and a workshop with the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project presented by the Faculty of Environmental Studies. As we gathered together we acknowledge the […]

Stephen Lewis Secondary School

By: Max Klein On the afternoon of December 10th 2018 member the Indigenous EnvironmentalJustice Project arrived at Stephen Lewis Secondary School in Mississauga. We were  inspired by the beautiful new facilities at the school and the impressive hydroponics system used for growing vegetables on a green wall as a part of the schools environmental education […]

Elmvale District High School Workshops

By: Nasreen H.  On October 15th and 22nd, 2018, the IEJ team was invited to present three workshops at Elmvale District High School, North of Barrie, Ontario. The workshops involved grade 10 and grade 12 students. After the team gave a brief introduction of themselves and a Land acknowledgement which addressed treaty responsibilities and the […]