Monday, December 18, 2017
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LEARN IN YOUR COMMUNITY

 

WORKSHOPS | FORUMS
TRANSITIONAL GOVERNANCE

 

GOVERNANCE ESSENTIALS FOR CHIEF & COUNCIL
Roles, Responsibilities and Mastering the Indian Act
An ideal workshop for newly elected Councils. Chief & Council learn about their roles and responsibilities. They are educated on the origins of the Indian Act and nine elements needed to efficiently administer today's Act. This two day workshop concludes with a discussion on governing beyond the Indian Act, including governance over territorial lands. Read More >

COMMUNITY FORUM: A VISION FOR CHANGE
Develop a Community Vision for Effective Self-Governance
Citizens in your community join with leadership and administrators to develop a vision for effective self-governance. Participants learn about the history of our inherent rights and how the Indian Act obstructs effective governance. All participants have an opportunity to contribute to a community vision. This forum is designed to spark a decision to change. Read More >

TRIBAL COUNCIL FORUM: FROM INDIAN ACT TO TRUE GOVERNANCE
For Leaders and Administrators of Tribal Council Communities
This forum is delivered in a tribal council gathering of leaders and administrators. Participants develop an understanding of the limited powers they have under the Indian Act and the benefits of Inherent Rights governance. Participants will learn what it takes to get beyond the Indian Act, develop a new relationship with the Crown, and transition to effective self governance, including jurisdiction over territorial lands. Leaders leave with self governance resources that they can take back to their communities. Read More >

TRANSITIONAL GOVERNANCE PROGRAM
The Centre for First Nations Governance works extensively with First Nations that are ready for change and prepared to support a transition to effective self-governance. Participating Nations engage in a long-term program to create transitional governance, including governance over territorial lands. Communities learn to efficiently administer the Indian Act, while delivering effective self-governance. Read More >