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Performance and Feasting as Intercultural Dialogue About: In May 2015, Vancouver Moving Theatre produced The Big House, a ‘theatrical feast’ in which culturally significant food, art, and narratives were shared. The intent was to create a space...

Did you know that over 140 types of chilies peppers are grown in Mexico alone. Join our SIETAR BC Year End Social on December 3rd, learn more about cultures & food, meet intercultural practitioners and...

You have done your needs assessment, skillfully designed your intercultural workshop and are feeling confident with the delivery when suddenly you are caught off guard in the middle of your session. You are facilitating...

In partnership with PeerNetBC, SIETAR BC would like to invite you to join us for our July 25, 2015 event. Following up the success from their citizenU project in 2011 with the City of Vancouver,...

Through deep, collective conversations we will make links to science and spirituality, and discover what leadership, transition and change, and personal care have to do with moving diversity initiatives forward. Join me for this...

Barnga is a fun, engaging, experiential activity that simulates intercultural, intergroup dynamics and is a useful training tool that can be used in various settings to explore intercultural and diversity issues. Attendees participated in...

A panel discussion about historical and contemporary views from personal and political perspectives on Black folk’s experience in Greater Vancouver. Doors open at 6:30, and the discussion is from 7pm - 9pm; Location Creekside Community...

Enjoy excellent Lebanese food and join us to learn about our successes in 2014! SIETAR BC would like to invite you to our 2015 AGM on January 27, 2015 at 6:00PM at Nuba Restaurant, Kitsilano...

Join us at Cactus Club Cafe (Broadway and Granville) on December 8th 2014 for the SIETAR BC End of Year Social Networking. SIETAR BC members and guests gathered at the Cactus Club to eat, chat, mingle...

This event looked at the status of immigration in Canada, and took a closer look at an Amnesty International report that gave Canada a failing grade on human rights. In particular looking at recent...

The event is organized in partnership with Our City of Colours. O SNAP featured six local spoken word performers that explored the themes of identity and belonging using poetry and prose. Between sets the audience...

On June 26-29th 2014 SIETAR BC and SIETAR Young co-hosted the SIETAR Congress 2014, “Shaping Identity: Land, People, Systems,” in Vancouver & on Sts’ailes First Nations territory. With over 25 workshops and presenters, the...

To commemorate the Year of Reconciliation, and to provide an introduction to indigenous issues linked to the up-coming Congress theme, this webinar examined the history of Indigenous people in British Columbia, Canada and provided...

The event is organized in partnership with the City of Vancouver, and the Vancouver Public Library (VPL) and as part of Black History Month. "Borrowed Body" is a novel byValerie Mason-John that was released in Canada on...