Certificate in Indigenous Leadership - Comparative Indigenous Leadership in a Globalized World

LEAD 3127  Comparative Indigenous Leadership in a Globalized World

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 examine Indigenous leadership in an international context, considering examples of alignment on political, economic and environmental grounds. Students discuss the international dimension of Indigenous politics within the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, and other regional bodies as examples of a globalized Indigenous politics. This course includes a service learning component.



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