ICDG 303

Lands, Resources, and Economic Development

Units: 1.5

Indigenous identity, culture, and economy is deeply connected to the land. Colonization restricted access to land and marginalized Indigenous economic development. Learners review the historic relationship to lands and the struggle to regain control and ownership. Canvassing governance frameworks for land, we consider opportunities to expand ownership and control. Economic implications are considered and success stories are highlighted. Students will consider what reconciliation means for the development of lands and resources.

Undergraduate course in Indigenous Community Development and Governance offered by the School of Public Administration in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.

Schedules:
Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Spring 2019

Summer timetable available: February 15. Fall and Spring timetables available: May 15.

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