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"2018 Indigenous Australian Cultural & Education Exchange" student and staff guests from the University of Tasmania and The University of Melbourne joined Jesse Navarro (Tohono O'odham), Senior Program Coordinator at The University of Arizona's Office of Tribal Relations, and our staff in a lively lunchtime discussion on Indigenous governance and language revitalization challenges in Australia and the U.S.
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It's finally here! We kicked off #JIT2018 this week with courses and discussions focused on constitutions of Indigenous nations, legal systems, and aboriginal land title.
We'll closing out the week with courses on Indigenous Food Sovereignty (first time ever at JIT) along with Evidence for Native Nation Building and Indigenous Peoples' Rights Under International Law.
We're looking forward to the discussions and engagement from all of the JIT2018 participants over the next three weeks.
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One day left to register for the Indigenous Governance Program's intensive education session on Indigenous governance, law and policy and commit to strengthening Indigenous governance in 2018!

Full course details igp.arizona.edu

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Classes are filling for #JIT2018 Indigenous Governance Program courses.

The courses that'll be offered this year will cover topics such as Tribal constitutional reform, food sovereignty, entrepreneurship, and intergovernmental relationships.

Apply today at igp.arizona.edu

Sign up today for the Indigenous Food Sovereignty course taught by University of Oregon Law Professor Michael Fakhri

The food sovereignty movement has been a powerful force that, over the past several decades, has changed international trade institutions, property rights, and human rights law. Indigenous communities have been part of that movement and have affected how food  sovereignty is used and understood as an idea.

Full course details can be found at igp.arizona.edu #JIT2018

Trick or treat, Native Nation Builders! COMPLETE your Tribal Professionals Cohort application by TOMORROW (11.1.17) and start #NativeNovember off right!
Click the link invthe bio for the full TPC information and to complete your application

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Photos and videos from the Indigenous Nation Building International Workshop happening in Sydney, Australia. We would like to thank artists Nancy McDinny and Stewart Hoosan for their beautiful gifts to our @nniarizona staff members.

Kandice Charlie (St'at'imc Nation) shares her experience from our 2017 January In Tucson Indigenous Governance Program
Applications are now open for our #JIT2018 courses AND we are also offering travel stipends for those who qualify for the Tribal Professionals Cohort. For the full list of courses and applications check the link in the bio

Happening now: Walling Off Rights: A Border Wall's Impact on Property and Tribal Rights

David Garcia Former Tribal Council Member of the Tohono O'odham Nation speaking now.

Join the US Indigenous Data Sovereignty Network co-founders Stephanie Carroll Rainie and Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear at the Research Data Alliance International Indigenous Data Sovereignty Interest Group via live stream as they discuss Indigenous data sovereignty, ethics, and the governance of Indigenous data.
Learn about Indigenous Data Sovereignty activities from around the world, including new initiatives for how Indigenous nations are governing their data. Participate in the discussion about Generating Principles and Best Practices for the Governance of Indigenous Data for adoption by the Research Data Alliance, influencing how researchers worldwide interact with Indigenous nations and steward Indigenous data.

Session Information: https://www.rd-alliance.org/ig-international-indigenous-data-sovereignty-rda-10th-plenary-meeting

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Tribal Professionals Cohort member Mikhail Sundust (Gila River Indian Community) explains how his #JIT2017 experience has motivated him to engage in #NativeNationRebuilding at home!
Apply today at igp.arizona.edu for our #JIT2018 Tribal Professionals Cohort #StrengtheningIndigenousGovernance #IGP #NNI

Good times at the Business Expo #NWEDC @ncaied

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