IGOV 381

Indigenous Leadership and Governance

Units: 1.5

Explores the political, social and intellectual dynamics of leadership in contemporary Indigenous communities. Focuses on locating the current issues and problems within a historical framework of understanding based on colonization. From a perspective rooted in traditional values and a commitment to Indigenous nationhood, considers the organizing processes, goals, structure, culture, and power issues that affect Indigenous peoples' struggle to achieve self-determination.

Undergraduate course in Indigenous Governance offered by the Faculty of Human and Social Development.

Summer Fall Spring

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