Archive for May 2023

Climate webinar brings together Indigenous and Global South perspectives

May 31, 2023

Climate Action Dialogues webinar featured during KAIROS’ first Climate Action Week  WHAT – Webinar: Climate Action Dialogues: Indigenous and Global South Perspectives on Just Transition  WHY – This webinar will be the featured event of KAIROS’ first Climate Action Week,…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice, Media Releases

Eliminating Fossil Fuel Subsidies Through a Robust Assessment Framework

May 30, 2023

On May 29, KAIROS joined over 100 environmental, human rights, and climate justice organizations to send a letter to the Prime Minister about eliminating fossil fuel subsidies through a robust assessment framework.  Canada has committed to eliminating fossil fuel subsidies…

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Celebrate National Indigenous History Month

May 30, 2023

June is National Indigenous History Month, a time earmarked by the Canadian government to learn more about Indigenous history, cultures and perspectives. At KAIROS we encourage year long learning – including the impacts of colonization in Canada – in parallel…

Post filed in: Indigenous Rights

KAIROS Climate Action Week to foster decolonization

May 17, 2023

KAIROS Canada launches its first Climate Action Week, June 5-11, focusing on  centering Indigenous ways of knowing   (Toronto – Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit) – KAIROS will kick off the first of three 2023 KAIROS Climate Action Weeks,…

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A Prayer for MMIWG2S

May 2, 2023

Connor Sarazin A Prayer for MMIWG2S Mother Earth, Grandmother Moon, we pray to you. We pray that you hold our tears of sadness. We pray that you hold our hearts aching with grief. We pray that we will see our…

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KAIROS bids farewell to its Ottawa office

May 1, 2023

The Ottawa office at the Bronson Centre closed its doors for the last time on April 30. The space served KAIROS for 22 years, generating fond memories and serving as headquarters for important initiatives such as KAIROS’ Let Justice Roll…

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