As part of its monthly Book Review Forum, the IPAC NWT Regional Group is pleased to present the following review for the month of May: Michael Asch’s On Being Here to Stay: Treaties and Aboriginal Rights in Canada Toronto: UTP, (2014). Michael Asch’s book, On Being Here to Stay, is an interesting take on Aboriginal … Continue reading Book Review – On Being Here to Stay: Treaties and Aboriginal Rights in Canada
Date: Monday, March 12, 2018 Time: 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Location: Lahm Ridge Tower Basement REGISTER NOW Google Earth and drones are fun tools to use to explore foreign cities or to document your next outdoor adventure. But as mapping and GIS technologies become more accessible and easier to manipulate, governments across the Northwest Territories are using this … Continue reading March 2018 Event: Mapping History – Using Innovative Technology in History and Material Management
Dene Nahjo and the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) - NWT Region are proud to present this FREE event.
Join Dr. Angela James, Director, Indigenous Languages and Learning Secretariat with the Government of the Northwest Territories, for a presentation on a narrative research of NWT Elders' Stories of Raising Children to Inform Aboriginal Education in the territory.
Date: Monday, December 18, 2017 Time: 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. Location: Lahm Ridge Tower Basement As legislation reflects faith in science as a force for improved public policy and evidence-based decision-making is encouraged in all areas of public service, the role of psychologists tend to mirror that of behavioral economists. In this talk, Bianca Dreyer and Eric Oosenbrug discuss some of the … Continue reading December 2017 Event: Beyond the Boardroom: The Role of Psychology in Public Policy
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Register for the October IPAC event: Consensus Government in the Northwest Territories
The IPAC NWT Regional Group is pleased to present the following review for the month of October: John S. Long and Jennifer S.H. Brown’s Together We Survive: Ethnographic Intuitions, Friendships, and Conversations, Montreal & Kingston (2016) This lovely book, a festschrift honouring anthropologist Richard J. Preston, presents a multitude of voices—Indigenous, Settler, friend, and family—engaged … Continue reading Book Review: Together We Survive
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IPAC-NWT is seeking to fill two vacancies on the New Professionals (NP) Committee, open to IPAC members from any community in the NWT.