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Speaking at CANNEXUS21

Posted 5/19/2021

 Rodney Nelson gave a talk on Working in a Diverse World: How to Develop Cultural Diplomacy for Success,

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PandemicPreparedness in Canada: Are We Ready? Ethics, Business Continuity and Societal Safety.

Posted 8/17/2020

Presented to Carleton University, Sprott School of Business, September 2020

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World Indigenous Research and Education Conference,

Posted 9/3/2019

Community Capacity Development and Education for Indigenous People. Norway, 2019.

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On the shores of Temagami First Nation

Posted 5/16/2018

The Global Governance Group and the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association presented a workshop on Ethics in the Aboriginal workplace at Temagami First Nation.

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Resource Revenue Sharing Initiatives

Posted 10/6/2011

Rodney Nelson presented at the Aboriginal Lands and Natural Resources Forum in Ottawa on Resource Revenue Sharing Initiatives. Revenue sharing is a complex agreement that provides an opportunity for communities to develop a community development plan to ensure the long term sustainability of their communities through supporting a local economy.

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The Canadian Institute’s National Forum on Indigenous Leadership June 19 & 20, Ottawa Marriott Hotel, Otttawa

Posted 10/6/2011

Rodney Nelson from the Global Governance Group will he chairing the  National Forum on Indigenous Leadership in Ottawa on June 19 & 20th. There is a great lineup of speakers including;

Hereditary Chief John Thunder from Buffalo Point First Nation

National Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples Betty Ann Lavallée

Chief Fox Wallace of Onion Lake Cree Nation

Karen Baker-Anderson Executive Director for the Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre

Brian Calliou the Director of The Banff Centre’s Indigenous Leadership and Management

Chief Lloyd Oronhiakhète Phillips of Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke

and special guest Dr. Cora Voyageur, Professor, Sociology, University of Calgary