For historical and continuity purposes, this section provides access to its predecessor, the Aboriginal Strategic Plan, and subsequent Implementation Reports.
In the summer of 2007, UBC began the long process of developing a comprehensive framework for Aboriginal programming at the university, the Aboriginal Strategic Plan (ASP). After extensive planning, consultation, and deliberation, that plan was finalized in December 2008 and became university policy in January 2009. It was the first completed portion of Place and Promise, the university’s larger strategic plan. If you would like to know more about the process through which the plan was formed and the people who worked on it, please see the Aboriginal Strategic Plan History page.
The 2009 Aboriginal Strategic Plan outlined ten major areas of action and provides a framework within which the many initiatives underway across the university can be located and be better integrated. It also defines critical areas in which further work must be done.
TEXT OF THE ABORIGINAL STRATEGIC PLAN
TEXT OF THE 2009 IMPLEMENTATION PRIORITIES
In September 2010, the Aboriginal Strategic Plan Implementation Committee completed its first report on the implementation of the plan. That report summarized the activities of the first eighteen months of the plan’s implementation.
TEXT OF THE 2010 IMPLEMENTATION REPORT
TEXT OF THE 2012 IMPLEMENTATION REPORT
In the summer of 2014, the First Nations House of Learning, in consultation with the Aboriginal Strategic Plan Implementation Committee and other units, completed the third implementation report. That report summarized activities through June 31, 2014, and summarized progress during the first five years of the plan.
TEXT OF THE 2014 IMPLEMENTATION REPORT
The Aboriginal Strategic Plan called for the formation of a President’s Advisory Committee on Aboriginal Affairs. More about this Committee.