Tuesday, May 23, 2017

CENTRE NEWS

July, 2010

AFN National Assembly Trade Show

Nation Rebuilding Forums and Youth Services to be Showcased July 20 to 22 at the AFN National Assembly Trade Show

The National Centre for First Nations Governance will be on hand in Winnipeg at the Assembly of First Nations AGA Circle of Trade to provide leaders and administrators an assortment of opportunities for learning how to build the capacity to implement effective, independent governance.

The Centre delivers services and workshops in First Nations communities who are seeking to rebuild their nations and develop effective governance consistent with the practices, beliefs and values of their people.

Starting in September 2010, the Centre will be hosting a series of forums on the essentials of nation rebuilding. Forums are a great way for people to identify the steps their nation can take toward developing stable, self-sufficient governance.

Involving youth and emerging leaders is critical to restoring your nation and planning for the future of your people, land and government. NCFNG is delivering several initiatives to engage young people in both the dialogue and work of developing strong, culturally relevant governance.

NCFNG comes to First Nation communities to deliver two-day governance workshops, allowing leaders, managers, administrators, elders, youth and citizens to participate in identifying what the community needs to do to develop the critical components of effective governance.

For more information on our services and upcoming regional forums, stop by our tradeshow booth at the Assembly of First Nations Annual General Assembly in Winnipeg, Manitoba from July 20-22nd 2010.

The National Centre for First Nations Governance is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting First Nations as they develop effective, independent governance. NCFNG staff are trained, experienced Aboriginal professionals who support First Nations across Canada in their nation rebuilding efforts. Visit fngovernance.org for information on the Centre’s research and services.

Contact Brenna Clark at 604 922-2052 ext. 105 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.