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Living Heritage Symposium

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2018 Living Heritage Symposium

Check our website regularly for further details - we hope to offer a shorter workshop in late November 2018. Stay tuned!

"Relating to the Land in a Changing World"

About the Living Heritage symposiums

The Living Heritage Symposium began in 2015 as a way to showcase and encourage the expression of knowledge, skills and practices of Living Heritage. Living Heritage emphasizes the human experience; it lives in each of us and shapes our sense of identity, belonging and place in the world. The symposiums are the result of a partnership between Heritage Saskatchewan and the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (JSGS), and provide opportunities for students, members of the public, public sector employees and academics to learn about Living Heritage. Each year the Symposium focuses on a different aspect of Living Heritage; however the format generally includes a keynote address, panels and presentations (including on public policy), live performances, plus an opportunity for delegates to be involved through dialogue and related activities.

Past symposiums

2017 Living Heritage – Sharing the Land

2016 Living Heritage – Truth and Reconciliation through the Sharing of Stories

2015 Living Heritage – Growing our Cultural Heritage

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