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Water Action Diagram

Workshops


 We’re holding week-long Water I <3 U workshops across Canada, helping 16 youth become water leaders in their communities. They <3 water and they’re showing it. They’re learning about water, creating real solutions to the issues in their communities, and taking action to tackle those issues with help from their communities, funders, and CIER. They’re spreading the word by sharing digital stories about water and tracking their progress on their timelines.

Workshop Subjects

  • Understanding Water
  • Organizing to Create Change
  • Creating Change
  • Communicating about Water

Workshop Inspiration

Water leaders are learning from/getting inspired by leaders from these fields: Media, politics, advocacy, literary, scientific, and more!

Taking Action!

Check out actions to see how youth across Canada plan to make a difference in their communities!

 


September 23-27, 2013

Beausoleil First Nation (ON)

Hosts: Victoria Monague (chaperone), Logan Roote, Harmony Monague, Kallie Rose, and Shane Monague. Workshop Subjects: Traditional teachings Local and larger watershed water issues What is water Water issues Governance, law To learn more about what happened in this workshop, check out the agenda CIER Water Leaders Wrkshp 1 PUBLIC Agenda The Getting Started Worksheets will help […]...
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November 25-29, 2013

Lower Similkameen Indian Band (BC)

Hosts: Sandra Terbasket (chaperone), Nicola Terbasket, Reiley Terbasket, Dyawendohtha Louis, and Madison Terbasket-Winser. Workshop Subjects: Traditional teachings Local and larger watershed water issues Planning Partnering Fundraising Budgeting To learn more about what happened in this workshop, check out the CIER Water Leaders Wrkshp 2 PUBLIC Agenda This worksheet Thinking Through My Action will help you break […]...
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Fort Smith, Yellowknife (NWT)

Hosts: Stephanie Yuill (chaperone), Alexandria Marie, Dalton Beamish, Jeremy Beamish, and Ryan Evans. Workshop Subjects: Traditional teachings Local and larger watershed water issues Advocating Persuading Implementing To learn more about what happened in this workshop, check out the agenda CIER Water Leaders Wkshp3 PUBLIC Agenda. Use these Final Prep Worksheets as you complete your water action […]...
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May 5-9, 2013

Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation (ON/MB)

   Hosts: Sharon Packo (chaperone), Rebecca Mandamin, Realle Wapioke, Alicia Kejick, and Malik Courchene. Workshop Subjects: Traditional teachings Local and larger watershed water issues Disseminating Teaching Sharing Celebrating To learn more about what happened in this workshop, check out the Water Leaders Wrkshp 4 PUBLIC Agenda....
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