This section of the web site contains information about the The Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc. leadership initiatives.
EIYGL: Empowering Indigenous Youth in Governance and Leadership
Aboriginal Leadership Initiative
First Nations Joint Initiative on Governance
The FNJI-G is a technical working group that promotes and facilitates cooperation, networking, public discussion and support capacity building for First Nation communities in relation to governance.
More Information: Terms of Reference
Aboriginal Women Leaders: Manitoba
A joint partnership between the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute, Inc., The Status of Women Canada and The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs First Nation Women Chiefs Advisory, has been established to train Manitoba’s Aboriginal Women Leaders in a one year formalized mentorship and networking program designed to increase the representation of Aboriginal women in positions of leadership
Aboriginal Women Leaders: Saskatchewan
A joint partnership between the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute, Inc., Status of Women Canada, The Saskatchewan First Nations Women’s Commission, and the Office of the Treaty Commissioner has been established to train Aboriginal Women Leaders in a one year formalized mentorship and networking program designed to increase the representation of Aboriginal women in positions of leadership.
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The Multi-Sectoral Economic Opportunities for Indigenous People (MSEOIP) is designed to avail economic and employment opportunities for Indigenous people – especially the youth. The project calls for a roundtable consisting of 12 participants – a microcosm of the larger Canadian economic landscape – with representation of the Indigenous people, corporate, education and government sectors. In contrast to past approaches, the present project adopts the perspective that the issue of creating meaningful economic opportunities requires a holistic and collaborative approach and understanding among representatives of the four pillars of the economy as it affects Indigenous people.
Visit website: http://mseoip.com