The Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq / Kitikmeot Heritage Society was founded in 1996 to address the lack of cultural resources available to Inuit. We continue to prioritize the creation of accessible projects and publications directed at teaching Inuit and non-Inuit about the histories, languages and knowledge traditions of the North. Our creation of educational resources also targets academic researchers, bringing a uniquely Inuit voice to peer-review publications, books, classrooms and conferences.
In recent years, the PI/KHS has sought to use its extensive experience as an organization to build capacity among other culture and heritage centres in Nunavut. We develop training seminars and hands-on workshops to assist these organizations in meeting their goals.
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