The Dr. Marguerite (Peggy) Hill Lecture on Indigenous Health

Nov 23, 2017
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5:00pm–7:00pm
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TOWARDS A TRAUMA INFORMED UNDERSTANDING OF RECONCILIATION

Attend the 2017 annual Dr. Peggy Hill Memorial Lecture in Indigenous Health. Dr. Hill was the Physician in Chief of Medicine at Women's College for many years.The Medical Alumni Association, in partnership with the Office of Indigenous Medical Education, is hosting this lecture from 5 to 6 pm, followed by a reception from 6 to 7 pm.
Ry Moran

This year's lecturer is Ry Moran. As the first Director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR), it is Ry's job to guide the creation of an enduring national treasure – a dynamic Indigenous archive built on integrity, trust and dignity. Ry came to the Centre directly from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). On the TRC’s behalf, he facilitated the gathering of nearly 7,000 video/audio-recorded statements of former residential school students and others affected by the residential school system. He was also responsible for gathering the documentary history of the residential school system from more than 20 government departments and nearly 100 church archives – millions of records in all. Ry is a proud member of the Métis Nation of Manitoba.

Registration is required, but this event is sold out. However, it will be webcast online beginning at 5 pm on November 23.

Location
Campbell Conference Facility (Munk School of Global Affairs)
1 Devonshire Place
Toronto
M5S 3K7
Contact
Liam Mitchell | liam.mitchell@utoronto.ca
416-978-4672
2017-11-23 22:00:00 2017-11-24 00:00:00 UTC The Dr. Marguerite (Peggy) Hill Lecture on Indigenous Health TOWARDS A TRAUMA INFORMED UNDERSTANDING OF RECONCILIATION Attend the 2017 annual Dr. Peggy Hill Memorial Lecture in Indigenous Health. Dr. Hill was the Physician in Chief of Medicine at Women's College for many years.The Medical Alumni Association, in partnership with the Office of Indigenous Medical Education, is hosting this lecture from 5 to 6 pm, followed by a reception from 6 to 7 pm. This year's lecturer is Ry Moran. As the first Director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR), it is Ry's job to guide the creation of an enduring national treasure – a dynamic Indigenous archive built on integrity, trust and dignity. Ry came to the Centre directly from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). On the TRC’s behalf, he facilitated the gathering of nearly 7,000 video/audio-recorded statements of former residential school students and others affected by the residential school system. He was also responsible for gathering the documentary history of the residential school system from more than 20 government departments and nearly 100 church archives – millions of records in all. Ry is a proud member of the Métis Nation of Manitoba. Registration is required, but this event is sold out. However, it will be webcast online beginning at 5 pm on November 23. 1 Devonshire Place - Campbell Conference Facility (Munk School of Global Affairs) discovery.commons@utoronto.ca