JSGS 898
Negotiations and Consultations with Northern and Indigenous Communities

Negotiations and consultations are central to managing relations among Indigenous governments and organizations, non-Indigenous governments (municipal, provincial, and federal), and non-Indigenous groups (e.g., businesses, NGOs). This course has three goals: 1) provide an overview of the state of legal and political environment on consultation, including legal benchmarks arising from court decisions on the duty to consult and accommodate; 2) examine seminal and current research on consultation and negotiations among Northern actors; and 3) provide applied learning experience through negotiation simulation exercises.

Course Offerings

Term 2 - Winter 2019 (2018/19 Academic Year)

  • Online

    Registration #: 28127
    Instructor(s): Martin Boucher
    Day: January 3 – April 5, 2019
    Time: Online
    Room: Online