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Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program: Protecting and Promoting Indigenous Peoples' Rights
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Martie Simmons 7h
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Martie Simmons 7h
Replying to @iplp @NDNlawyer and 2 others
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Thank you to Gabe Galanda of for honoring w/ blanket for his induction as Regents' Professor & for a thought provoking discussion of tribal kinship!
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Galanda Broadman Jan 16
Cherished photo with Dean Marc Miller and today at Rob’s Regents Professor honoring. Greatly admire both men, especially for their commitment to indigenous human rights advocacy and to .
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Galanda Broadman Jan 16
My dear friend and fierce indigenous human rights advocate, Professor Akilah Kinnison, also of . Note the “Who Belongs?” poster.
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Galanda Broadman Jan 16
Beyond honored to have spoken on behalf of (Lumbee) during his induction into the Regents—an honor bestowed on less than 3% of all scholars.
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Univ. of Arizona Law Jan 16
“A generation of students and now professors and leaders in Indian Law can trace their intellectual foundations to Professor Williams and his work is echoing throughout Arizona, the United States and the world,” said Arizona Law Dean Marc Miller of .
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UA IPLP Program Jan 16
Happening tomorrow ! alumnus will discuss how at least 80 tribes have devolved from traditional kinship systems to disenrollment, blood quantum, and other non-indigenous practices.
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UA IPLP Program Jan 15
Happening now! Councilwoman Diane Enos discussing Indigenous leadership as part of 's Native Women in Governance Speaker Series.
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Native Nations Institute Jan 15
Happening in about 30 minutes! Join us in room 168 for our 2019 Native Women in Governance Perspectives on Indigenous Leadership speaker series with Diane Enos. 12 pm
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UA IPLP Program Jan 15
Day 2 of class "Comparative Legal Systems & Their Role in Nation Building." Students discuss what role legal institutions play in the processes of Indigenous nation building.
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Native Nations Institute Jan 14
HAPPENING TOMORROW (1/15) | Join us as we welcome Diane Enos as the second speaker of the 2019 Native Women in Governance Perspectives on Indigenous Leadership series here at the This event will be held in room 168 of school at 12 pm
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UA IPLP Program Jan 14
Today’s afternoon class “Constitutions of Indigenous Nations” considers, “What is a constitution?” & explores different types of Indigenous nation constitutions, important concepts for constitutions to address, & developing one appropriate for each community.
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Native Nations Institute Jan 14
HAPPENING TODAY | Meet 'n Greet with participants and staff. Come learn more about the work that we do and hear about our ongoing research. Find us in the Auditorium, Room 168 of the beginning at 12 pm Lunch will be provided.
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UA IPLP Program Jan 14
It's a packed house for class "Comparative Legal Systems & Their Role in Nation Building." Professor Williams' will explore how Indigenous peoples can use law to secure rights & exercise self-governance.
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UA IPLP Program Jan 12
On the final day of the course “Comparative Indigenous Governance,” students explore the challenges and opportunities that arise as Indigenous communities assert and implement rights of self-government.
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Native Nations Institute Jan 11
Meet Chloe Elm of the Tonawanda Band of Seneca Indians of New York who interned in the Office of Tribal Justice, Department of Justice during the 2018 Udall Foundation Native American Congressional Internship program. APPLY TODAY! Deadline: January 31, 2019.
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UA IPLP Program Jan 11
Del Laverdure & Jaime Pinkham leading the 2019 course “Intergovernmental Relations.” The course explores questions like: -What factors might Native Nations use when contemplating litigation or negotiation strategies? -Does intergovernmental cooperation impair sovereignty?
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UA IPLP Program Jan 11
Day 2 of the course "Comparative Indigenous Governance" explores how Indigenous self-determination varies across the world and what Indigenous peoples can learn from each other as they assert and implement rights of self-government.
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