The current WIPCE hotel block has been sold out! The Host Committee has entered into a new negotiated rate; however, the second block is smaller. Because the City of Toronto is very busy & hotel rates are well over $300 / night at other hotels delegates are encouraged to take advantage of this last opportunity for reduced hotel rates.
See the list of conference sanctioned hotels on the website under “Venue”
Abstract Submission Update
World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2017 is in Toronto: July 24th - July 28th, 2017
Abstract submissions are closed as of October 31.
All contact authors have been notified in November 2016 of their results.
Teionkwakaratónnion or “Sharing Our Stories” includes four tracks that have been designed specifically for young leaders, between the ages of 14 to 25...
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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS COMING SOON! (posted April 24)
We will send an email notification to all registrants when they can view and select their workshops/presentations as part of their personal schedule in the coming week(s).
World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2017 Theme: "A Celebration of Resilience"
Six Nations Polytechnic and TAP Resources are excited to host the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education - the most prestigious Indigenous education event the world has to offer!
We are very grateful to the Native Hawaiian Education Association, WIPCE 2014 host, for their kindness, generosity, wisdom and most of all, their friendship as we transition to 2017.
Our team is working hard to plan an exceptional experience that showcases Indigenous peoples of this territory and beyond, with assistance from Tourism Toronto, sponsors, and community partners.
Let the adventure begin – We look forward to sharing an exciting and unforgettable experience with you in Toronto, 2017!