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Interested presenters should send a proposal of 300500 words accompanied by a 200-word biography by June 30, 2016 to: CAM Secretary-General Catherine C. [email protected]; phone 1-780-424-2229 for more information. Tour Blackfoot heritage sites in Southern Alberta, June 19-20 - Experience Siksika cultural heritage at Blackfoot Crossing - Imagine how First Nations people hunted buffalo at Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump world heritage site - Explore Writing on Stone, a sacred landscape with First Nation petroglyphs (rock carvings) and pictographs (rock paintings) Heritage Roundtable, June 21 In collaboration with the Assembly of First Nations Invited speakers: - UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, featuring international indigenous voices - Canadas Truth and Reconciliation Commissions recommendations from a heritage perspective - Preservation of indigenous heritage sites, intangible cultural heritage, indigenous curatorship, what has changed since the 1992 .

Thirty-three participants from a variety of museum disciplines came together to increase awareness of and discuss potential solutions to the challenges of making buildings and collections more physically and intellectually accessible with a special focus on historic properties and collections.

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Suggested topics Include: - The Road to Independence: museums and heritage organisations place in shifting national identities - Museums, Human Rights and Identity - Participatory Governance: How heritage organisations such as museums can use their resources collections, programmes and expertise to promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - Human Remains Management, in collaboration with the Iziko Museums of South Africa - , in collaboration with ICOM CAMOC (Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities) and ICOM ICR (International Committee of Regional Museums); - Use of technology in information sharing about objects and collections - Indigenous and scientific approaches to conservation CAM invites proposals for papers, panels, Ignite!

sessions, workshops, posters, and other presentation forms.

Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017.

This symposium provides an opportunity to explore the role of museums and heritage organisations in creating and promoting a national identity with colleagues from throughout the Commonwealth during Canadas sesquicentennial year.

Participants were then able to practise the ideas introduced with workshop activities on conducting access audits and designing for universal access, as well as a facilitated discussion on reading artifacts for differently-abled audiences.