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1st NACCD Conference - Connecting Indigenous Peoples in North America: Crafting a Community of Shared Knowledge

This meeting will enable members of Indigenous communities working in North American higher education to share their experiences, challenges, good practices and aspirations. There are two desired outcomes:

i. create an inclusive community of interest offering resources, connections and ever widening opportunities to members for success through an international network

ii. explore how this network's knowledge can be shared most productively while identifying the issues and challenges that are most pressing as well providing strong examples of successful practice.

The Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration (CONAHEC) will organize this event through its new North American Center for Collaborative Development (NACCD), which will be hosted at the First Nations University of Canada with the guidance of leaders from North American Indigenous communities. It is in this spirit of collaboration that we invite those interested in creating a North American community of people, organizations and institutions interested in the success of Indigenous peoples to participate in this meeting to build relationships, to learn from one another, and to develop strategies for cooperative action.

We invite those working with Indigenous Communities in Higher Education to share successful practices, innovative models and lessons learned by registering through the following link:

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Date ( Add to your Calendar)
Monday, June 12, 2017
2:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

How to Connect
First Nations University of Canada

Arturo Segura