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  • Resource Database / Events, Powwows & Activism / Conferences

    Resources: 14 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    A Confluence of Cultures: Native Americans and the Expedition of Lewis and Clark
      US - Northwest
    The entire length of the Corps of Discovery’s journey was Indian Country. On many occasions, Lewis and Clark’s survival and success depended on Indian people and the cultural lessons shared. Any complete commemoration of the bicentennial must prominently feature the perspectives of both the people native to the North American continent and President Jefferson’s explorers. This national conference was scheduled for May 28-30, 2003 at The University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. The Proceedings and Conference Digest DVD are available.
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Visual Arts Conference
      Australia - Torres Strait
    Co-sponsored by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Fund of the Australia Council.
    Masonic Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, 5-7 March 2002
    American Indian Alaska Native National Service Delivery Conference
      United States
    A conference sponsored by the Social Security Administration to learn ways to be of better service to the American Indian/Alaska Native communities and to explore ways to recruit and retain more American Indian/Alaska Native employees.
    Annual Building Bridges conference in Vermillion, South Dakota
      US - Central
    WE BELIEVE that exposure and discussion of diversity issues such as racism and the ethnic minority experience can facilitate positive institutional change. We value and desire the respect for diversity in all levels of education. Building Bridges provides opportunities for students and faculty learn effective ways to make higher education a positive experience for all students, but especially for Native American students.
    More sites on www.usd.edu
    Art, Antiquity, and the Law: Preserving Our Global Cultural Heritage
      US - Northeast
    International Conference, Rutgers University, 30 October - 1 November, 1998.
    Includes resolutions adopted by the participants.
    More sites on www.rci.rutgers.edu
    Canadian Aboriginal Science & Technology Society Conference 2003
      Canada - Western
    The Canadian Aboriginal Science and Technology Society (CASTS) is holding their sixth highly successful conference in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada September 18-20, 2003. The theme of the conference is "Integration of Science, Technology and Traditional Knowledge in Today's Environment". The CASTS Conference 2003 has six main areas of interest which are: Science and Technology, Health, Careers, Traditional Knowledge, Education and the Environment. The conference has a dual purpose of showcasing Aboriginal achievements in Science and Technology (S&T) while promoting S&T careers to Aboriginal peoples.
    More sites on www.usask.ca
    CONIC Consortium Conference
      US - West
    October 30, 1999
    Conference targeted to nations of the Americas, sponsored by the University of California, Los Angeles, and Occidental College, Los Angeles. CONIC (El Consejo de Organizaciones y Naciones Indigenas del Continente) was the main organizing group.
    Construction in Indian Country
      US - West
    We are holding a conference, entitled “Construction in Indian Country”. Held in Arizona, the national conference will bring together Indian and non-Indian individuals from governments, councils, boards, constructors, and agencies to discuss the challenges in construction and construction management for American Indians owners. Tribal officials, tribal construction personnel, non- Indian contractors, suppliers, vendors and developers, and federal, state and local agencies will discuss the issues of construction management for American Indians, and prepare Indian and non-Indian constructors for the continually expanding construction projects in Indian Country. Trust and quality construction will be the major points addressed at the conference.
    Falmouth Institute
    For more than 15 years, the Institute has been assisting Indian tribes, tribal organizations and government agencies to meet the complex challenges of Indian Country. We've established ourselves as the leading provider of training seminars and conferences, hands-on consulting, and publishing services dedicated solely to the issues impacting tribes today.
    Fostering Indigenous Business & Entrepreneurship in the Americas Conference 2007
    Laguna US - Southwest
    Through this conference, we hope to enable Indigenous business people in the private, public and tribal/community sectors to present Indigenous business opportunities, solutions, and problems to a local, regional, national, and international audience. We also want to promote networking among Indigenous business people and communities toward problem-solving and business opportunities. The conference agenda will include two days of academic & business workshop sessions, and cultural performances. We are expecting over 200 international and domestic academicians and students, Indigenous business professionals, government officials, NGOs, and Indigenous tribal nations to this two-day event.
    NNALEA Conference Registration
      US - West
    The National Native American Law Enforcement Administration (NNALEA) is currently planning its Annual NNALEA Training Conference & Indian Country "Homeland Security" Summit, held in Nevada. The event will feature an array of presentations from various government agencies and Native American law enforcement divisions and promises to provide a positive learning experience for all attendees. The conference and summit are being sponsored by the US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing.
    The 7th Joint Conference on Preservation of Ancient Cultures and Globalisation
      Aotearoa-New Zealand
    Preservation of Ancient Cultures and Globalisation Scenario - Wel Energy Charitable Trust Performing Arts Academy November 2002
    Wordcraft Circle Pacific NW Native Writer's Conference
      US - Northwest
    The Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers announced that tickets to their Pacific Northwest conference October 17, 18 and 19, at the Quileute Resort in LaPush, Washington are now available online at their website www.terrahansen.com. Advance Registration rates are good through September 15, 2008 after which Regular Registration and Onsite Registration rates apply. So register early! Our Guests include authors Elizabeth Woody, Philip Red Eagle, Linda Boyden, Ed Edmo and others; actor Gary Farmer; journalists Kara Briggs and Jodi Peterson, and many others. You don’t want to miss this exceptional opportunity!
    Youth Awareness Concert
    Lakota US - West
    Youth Awareness Concert 25th Year Commemoration of Incident At Oglala: Calling for Peace, Reconciliation, and Freedom for Leonard Peltier June 27, 2000 - Loneman School Gym Oglala South Dakota
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