Principal Investigator:Rice, Faun E Licenced Year(s):
The Principle Investigator aims to produce a useful record and analysis not only for Indigenous populations working towards a similar level of independence, but also for Canadian scholars, institutions, and individuals working with First Nations, Metis, or Inuit populations that will help them ensure that their practices are aiding decolonization.
This project will involve ethnographic field r...
Principal Investigator:Simmons, Deborah L Licenced Year(s):
The short-term objectives for the project are to:
1. Review and build on learnings from previous climate change and health adaptation projects in Tulít’a, Fort Good Hope and Déline, both in terms of the content and the methods used.
2. Strengthen action capacity, leadership and skills through creation of a Sahtu Youth Network for research and action planning on climate change and health.
Principal Investigator:Kuokkanen, Rauna Licenced Year(s):
The project focuses on two primary goals which are to:
1. Provide a gendered account of indigenous self-determination. This includes (1) mapping the gender power dynamics of the existing self-governance institutions, cultures and discourses, and (2) identifying how collective and individual forms of self-determination are conceptualized, articulated and negotiated by various groups and individual...
Principal Investigator:Koebberling, Uschi Licenced Year(s):
To do interviews with community leaders and examination of documentary material to discover The Role of New Telecommunication Technologies for Self-Reliant Development of Northern Natives....