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The Indigenous Wellbeing Gathering Conference is a multidisciplinary event dedicated to fostering collaborations and knowledge sharing that prioritize the wellbeing of Indigenous Communities. Hosted by the Urban Indigenous Wellbeing Collective, this three-day event brings together Elders, researchers, trainees, practitioners, community members and partners, and artists to address community-identified research priorities and develop cross-university and community networks. Featuring keynote speakers, interactive roundtables, panel discussions, artistic presentations, performances, this gathering aims to create a space for learning and exchange on topics related to the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical health of community members across generations.  

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We invite submissions to our ‘What are You Working On: Lightning Round Presentations’ category for the 2024 Indigenous Wellbeing Gathering Conference! This session at the conference will provide a brief yet impactful opportunity to share updates on research, community projects, cultural knowledge, and any other relevant topics related to Indigenous health, wellbeing, and this year’s theme of ‘Visioning for the Future’. 

Whether you're a researcher, student, health and/or cultural practitioner, or a community member, this is your chance to share insights, works in progress, and seek feedback from scholars, practitioners, and community members without the need for a lengthy presentation.

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