Every month, McGill students, staff, faculty, and alumni have a unique opportunity to come together, grab a drink, and talk shop: Sustainability Friday.
Research Proposal Presentation by Natalia Aguilar Delgado - Resourcing Work in Transnational Regulation Building: Including Indigenous Peoples in the Nagoya Protocol Creation
Strategy & Organization Area/Doctoral Program presents Natalia Aguilar Delgado, a Research Proposal Presentation - Resourcing Work in Transnational Regulation Building: Including Indigenous Peoples in the Nagoya Protocol Creation
Whose Truth? What Kind of Reconciliation? The Importance of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions for Promoting Democratic Good Governance
A free international conference hosted by the Institute for the Study of International Development. All welcome.
Purpose: Explore the factors that condition the success of truth and reconciliation commissions in contributing to creating social cohesion as a foundation for democratic good governance by examining diverse national experiences.
It is that time of year when KANATA will be publishing their wonderful journal. KANATA is an interdisciplinary student-published journal with content that focuses on topics relating to Indigenous Peoples of North America.
Mark your calendars, Friday April 12th at 5:00PM. The location is still to be determined. Pass this message to friends, professors and others who may want to attend.
KANATA, the Undergraduate Journal of the Indigenous Studies Community of McGill University is calling for submissions for its sixth volume.
KANATA is an interdisciplinary student-published journal with content that focuses on topics relating to Indigenous Peoples of North America. In the midst of the national uprising and international movement, Idle No More, KANATA is committed to engaging in dialogue with the greater community on Indigenous issues and creating platforms for the sharing of knowledge.