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Decolonizing Implementation

Youth-Led Decolonial SWOT Analysis

Has your organization completed one of our workshops in the past and looking to go deeper? Are you ready to begin implementing decolonizing practices or assess how that’s been going?

Decolonizing Implementation offers a deep-dive into how to apply everything you’ve learned & unlearned through our foundational workshops, like our Sínulhkay and Ladders Decolonizing Practices workshop. This is a two-hour, youth-led analysis and tactical planning session directed at organizations who want to include decolonizing practices into the policy of their workplace. (Make sure to complete our Cultural Safety Planning pre-work before booking.)

This is for you if…

  • Your organization has previously completed a Nahanee Creative workshop (in person or virtual).

  • Your team has a foundational understanding of decolonizing practices and the need to apply them.

  • You are ready to go deeper, and begin taking action towards decolonizing!

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Important Note

We work with organizations who have awareness of colonial impacts and who want to start answering the question “what can we do?” now. Organizations who do not want to rush into helping and contribute to harm. Organizations who want to raise critical consciousness and build a solid team-driven foundation for their anti-racism, inclusion and reconciliation plans. We’ve witnessed huge transformations in thousands of people from many different backgrounds and contexts. We are grateful to catalyze social change in service of undoing colonial impacts.

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The Experience

Digital Decolonizing Implementation is a guided follow-up for any of our foundational workshops. In this workshop your team will take action towards creating a decolonial tactical plan, with support and facilitation by Ta7talíya Paisley Nahanee.

The Details:

Indigenous Youth-Led Digital Decolonizing Implementation (Online)

  • 2-hour commitment

  • Up to 30 people

  • Digital interactive Decolonial SWOT exercise

  • We’re using Zoom as our online platform, as well as using editable Miro Boards as collaborative whiteboard spaces: Here’s what you’ll need:

    • Computer with a microphone (internal or external)

    • Headphones recommended

    • Paper and pen for note-taking or a note-taking app open on your computer



Decolonizing Implementation*** - $3300 + GST

**This workshop will be taught by Indigenous youth facilitators, with support from Ta7talíya Michelle Nahanee

***Decolonizing Implementation requires the organization/team to have previously participated in a Nahanee Creative workshop as well as a Cultural Safety Plan

Lead Facilitator:


Ta7talíya Paisley Eva hails from the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation village of Eslha7an and is based in what is colonially known as “Vancouver”.
She currently lends her facilitation skills to Decolonizing Practices, M̓i tel'nexw Leadership Society and The Fireweed Fellowship. She is also part of the duo behind MST Futurism, a project which focuses on uplifting and celebrating Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh visions for the future.


The conversation will be orally facilitated and the ability to maneuver a mouse online may come up but is not necessary to participate. While transitioning from slide to slide, we will let people know what is happening in text on screen. We will also be typing live, I'll urge that spelling and speed don't matter, but others will see your process if that's a barrier. We are happy to adapt where this comes up.

Unfortunately at this time, there is no ASL Interpretation.

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A Recent Testimonial for Ta7talíya Paisley Nahanee

" I'm so impressed by your ease, your way of being with us in music, movement, facilitation and collaboration with your co-facilitators. It was special to have you as my teacher in this course and I'm excited for your future. Your work was exemplary!! Thank you!"


 How to book a workshop:

  • Completion of our Interactive Introduction to Cultural Safety on-demand mini-course and a Cultural Safety Plan is a pre-requisite for booking a live session with Nahanee Creative - if you haven’t already done so, please check out our on-demand course (if you have already created one for another workshop of ours, you can upload the same safety plan!)

  • This workshop is a follow up to any of the Nahanee Creative Workshops, and it is required that the majority of the organization has previously participated in this workshop

  • Click the button below to fill out our form and upload your Cultural Safety Plan - we will get back to you ASAP to find a date that works

  • Sign the proposal and pay a 50% deposit to lock down the date and time

  • Fill out our Google prep form to give us an idea of where your organization is at before the session.

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