Certificate in Indigenous Leadership - Treaty Law in Canada

LEAD 3126  Treaty Law in Canada

Prerequisites:

LEAD 2006 and LEAD 2007

Hours:

Two hours of lecture and one hour of service learning per week for one term.

Credits:

3

Description:

Students explore the historical and modern treaties negotiated between Indigenous nations, European powers, and the Canadian state. Students learn about the current treaty practices among Indigenous peoples, deconstruct the concept of “modern treaties” when tied to Canada’s comprehensive claims process, and examine treaties as tools for self determination. This course includes a service learning component.



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