The Native Nations Institute, working in partnership with the Bush Foundation, developed its annual “Constitutions” executive education seminar to equip Native nation leaders and other key decision-makers with cutting-edge knowledge and tools for assessing their constitutions and systems of governance and then determining what needs changing and how. The seminar also brings together Native leaders and governance experts to share their knowledge and experience in remaking governance systems through constitutional reform and other means.
This month, the Indigenous Governance Database unveils a set of 15 informative videos from NNI’s most recent “Constitutions” seminar, held on April 3rd and 4th in Tucson, Arizona.
To view these videos, click here.
And if you are interested in learning more about constitutions and constitutional reform, check out NNI’s “Constitutions” online course!