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Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program: Protecting and Promoting Indigenous Peoples' Rights
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UA IPLP Program 11h
Registration is open for January in Tucson (JIT)! JIT spans three weeks and consists of 14 courses on topics ranging from Native Economic Development to Comparative Indigenous Governance.
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James D. Diamond 13h
Join law students from the Tribal Justice Clinic as we celebrate 40 years of Recognition and sovereignty with our friends at New community, Saturday Pueblo Park
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Native Nations Institute Sep 20
Register today for 's Indigenous Food Sovereignty course led by Prof. Tristan Reader. Dates: January on 24-26, 2019 A full course description and registration details can be found at
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Native Nations Institute Sep 19
Graduate Student Research & Travel Funding | is offering research and travel funding for Indigenous graduate students engaging in Indigenous nation building related research projects Deadline to apply 9/24/18
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UA IPLP Program Sep 19
Learn about Darrah Blackwater's summer in DC as a Native American Congressional Intern and meet this year's class of JD, LLM, and SJD students!
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Univ. of Arizona Law Sep 13
Attend a discussion of key cases at our 20th annual Constitution Day event Sept. 17
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UA IPLP Program Sep 13
2L Darrah Blackwater (Navajo Nation) shares her experience in Capitol Hill as a Native American Congressional Intern.
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Native Nations Institute Sep 11
Are you searching for graduate research funding? The Native Nations Institute’s 2018 graduate student research and travel funding application is now open! Apply to receive up to $2,500:
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UA IPLP Program Sep 11
Our next IPLP Speaker Series is October 1, when we welcome !
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Daily Wildcat Sep 10
The Fall Speaker Series gives you the chance to expand your knowledge of human rights and social justice within the Native American community.
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UA IPLP Program Sep 6
Thank you to Alfred Urbina for a great discussion yesterday on the jurisdictional gaps in Indian Country and what tribes are doing to promote the health and well-being of community members!
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UA Study Abroad Sep 5
Extraordinary Exchange: UA Study Abroad, UA Tribal Relations and partnered for the Indigenous Australia Study Tour – allowing indigenous students from Australia and North America to experience one another’s home countries. Video >
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Univ. of Arizona Law Sep 4
Our Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy program fall speaker series starts tomorrow! ⬇️
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UA IPLP Program Sep 4
Unfortunately we won't be live streaming the lecture. Sorry!
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UA IPLP Program Aug 31
Join us Wed. September 5 to kick off the fall speaker series w/ alumnus Alfred Urbina, Assistant Attorney General of the Tohono O’odham Nation.
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Martie Simmons Aug 30
Dear Native students: as we are starting the new school year know that you have many people on who are here for you. You CAN do this! Don’t forget the strength & resilience of your ancestors runs in your blood. We SUPPORT you!
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USIndDataSov Aug 28
Register today for and 's Exploring Data for Nation Building course led by and happening at from Jan. 7-9 A full course description and registration details can be found at
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Native Nations Institute Aug 29
Hear from Bradley Harrington, Commissioner of Natural Resources at Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe as he shares his experience as a member of the Tribal Professionals Cohort at our Indigenous Governance Program January In Tucson courses.
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Native Nations Institute Aug 28
Register today for 's Rebuilding Native Nations: An Introduction course led by Dr. Stephen Cornell. This course occurs twice in January on 7-9 and 17-19, 2019 A full course description and registration details can be found at
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James D. Diamond Aug 25
More women are running for office and if you live in you should read up on this rising political star: Eldena Bear Don’t Walk, running for State Rep.
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