Becoming an Indigenous Navigator for the Human Rights Tribunal:
An Information Session for Applicants

The BC Human Rights Tribunal has posted an Indigenous Navigator position.

The Indigenous Navigator position is a response to the recommendations made by Ardith Walkem, QC (now Justice Walkem) in Expanding Our Vision – Cultural Equality and Indigenous Peoples’ Human Rights (2019), including the recommendations that the Tribunal:

  • create the position of Indigenous … Navigators to help guide, support and coach Indigenous Peoples through the Tribunal process, and to help them address administrative barriers, and
  • increase the number of Indigenous Peoples at all levels of the Tribunal.

Preference will be given to Indigenous candidates.

We are hosting an information session for applicants who may be interested in becoming an Indigenous Navigator for the Tribunal. Please circulate this invitation widely in your networks.

When:                  August 23, 2022 at noon
Where:                Join Zoom Meeting
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81759243758?pwd=NUQ4QURqc3h6dFhNMG5sM1NHT2dRQT09
Meeting ID: 817 5924 3758
Passcode: Navigator

Learn about what it is like to work at the Tribunal, the role and responsibilities of a Navigator, and the application process.
We encourage anyone interested to attend this informal session, regardless of level of experience.

Please RSVP to Andrea Nash. (andrea.nash@gov.bc.ca)

If you cannot attend this session but are interested in more information, please contact Andrea Nash (Andrea.Nash@gov.bc.ca)