First Nations Approaches to Gender-Based Analysis Plus: Justice, Equity, Inclusion, and Intersectionality: Dedicated for 2SLGBTQQIA+ People



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Online via Zoom


Rochelle King, BCAFN Policy Analyst,

Dedicated Virtual Session for 2SLGBTQQIA+ People

This interactive workshop will explore how Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA+) tools can support First Nations in carrying out intersectional, inclusive, equity, and justice-seeking approaches to governance, advocacy, policy, and programs that are grounded in First Nations’ diverse cultures.

GBA+ is intended to support the inclusion of the perspectives, experiences, priorities, needs, and strengths of all people who will be impacted by the work that is taking place. This session is facilitated by Chastity Davis-Alphonse and Natalie Clark, who are working in partnership with the BCAFN to develop a First Nations Approaches to GBA+ Toolkit.

Please note that while people are welcome to attend more than one workshop, each workshop will cover the same content and discussion questions.

We acknowledge Women and Gender Equality Canada‘s financial support for the development of this Toolkit.

More details on the BCAFN events website here

Facilitated by Dr. Sarah Hunt

Dr. Sarah Hunt / Tłaliłila’ogwa (she/they) is a Two-Spirit queer scholar-activist who has spent more than two decades engaged in collaborative work in pursuit of justice for Indigenous people and communities, with a particular focus on ending colonial gender-based violence. As Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Political Ecology at the University of Victoria, Sarah’s research asks what justice feels like across the nested scales of our bodies, homes and waters/lands. She has published upwards of 40 journal articles, book chapters and reports, with emphasis on centering Indigenous knowledge, laws and norms, particularly through the perspectives of 2SQ gender diverse people, women, and youth. Sarah/Tłaliłila’ogwa is of Kwakwaka’wakw and Ukrainian/English settler ancestry.