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Over 30 sessions of available content, representing regulatory bodies nationwide (all available for playback!)
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Compelling keynote speakers
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Kim Phuc tells a story like no other. She is the poster child of the Vietnam War, an icon of the cry for peace. She is the unforgettable “Girl in the Picture”: 49 years ago this very month, at just nine years old, Kim’s life was forever altered. Running naked up a road screaming in agony, her skin burning from napalm, the click of a camera helped show the world the raw and brutal impact of the war.
Fleeing the horrors of the Vietnam War, she escaped death to tell her story. Kim survived 17 operations and received plastic surgery to help her lead a “normal” life. Overcoming pain, fear and death, she has gone on to carve an incredible life path. Kim is not only a survivor of extraordinary trauma; she is full of strength, compassion, and forgiveness. Her story is one of resiliency, and amazingly, turning a story of atrocity against humanity into one of giving and inspiration. CNAR is extremely honoured to welcome Kim Phuc as CNAR 2021’s keynote speaker on October 12th, 2021. This is a story not to be missed.
Harmony Johnson sɛƛakəs, is of Tla’amin First Nation (Coast Salish) ancestry and was raised in Tla’amin territory where most of her family resides. Harmony operates a consulting business, providing strategy and advisory services in Indigenous health, governance, and human rights, as well as teaches on these same matters. She has served in senior roles with the In Plain Sight review in BC health care, and with the First Nations Health Authority, First Nations Summit, and First Nations Forestry Council, and is currently the interim Vice-President for Indigenous Wellness and Reconciliation at Providence Health Care. She is the co-author of a number of publications, including print and digital books about her grandmother’s life history and Tla’amin teachings. Harmony has a BA from Simon Fraser University and an MHA from the University of British Columbia.
During her presentation, Harmony will be unpacking and discussing the key terms as related to truth and reconciliation, in order to develop a shared language and meaning that equips the partnered work of reconciliation moving forward. (Live + Q&A)
Day #1 – TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12 – Governance
Day #2 – WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 – Diversity & Inclusion
Day #3 – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14 – Hot Topics
Day #4 – TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19 – Technology/Testing
Day #5 – WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 – Investigations
Day #6 – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21 – Discipline