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Links to Learning – Indigenous Development & Prosperity

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Organizer: Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers

Location: Online, BC

Links to Learning – Indigenous Development & Prosperity

Indigenous peoples are looking for ways to grow their own economy so their membership can prosper. Throughout history, they have faced obstacles that have limited their growth and have had to look at other ways of creating prosperity. It is very important that we understand one another in order to work together for a prosperous future.

Kendal Netmaker takes you into the worldview of Indigenous Peoples and how we can all prosper together. Lets Build Economies For A Prosperous Future!

Format: 60 minute keynote

Attendees will gain:

  • Deep insights into Indigenous Peoples economy opportunities
  • Understand the importance of Indigenous spirituality/beliefs
  • Understand the similarities/differences between different Indigenous groups in Canada
  • Learn how to build an economy that is alignment with indigenous values

Presenter: Kendal Netmaker

Registration is Required for this webinar:

All registered delegates will be contacted via email with zoom coordinates.

Contact

CANDO
(780) 990-0303
cando@edo.ca
http://www.edo.ca/

CANDO

Details

Date:
February 2, 2021
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm PST
Event Category:
http://www.edo.ca/

Venue

Online

Organizer

Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers
Phone:
780-990-0303
Email:
cando@edo.ca
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