April 2-3, 2014
Limited Seating Available
The Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy at The University of Arizona is pleased to offer an executive education seminar on Tribal Constitutions: Rebuilding Native Governments. This seminar is designed to assist Native nation leaders and key decision-makers in developing the governance tools needed to achieve their nations' strategic goals. Leaders and governance experts will share information and lessons that Native nations have learned from constitutional reform on topics such as:
• The Why of Remaking Governance Systems
• Key Things a Constitution Should Address: "Who Are We and How Do We Know?"
• Key Things a Constitution Should Address: "Who Has Responsibility for What?"
• Key Things a Constitution Should Address: "How Do We Make Laws?"
• Key Things a Constitution Should Address: "How Do We Resolve Disputes?"
• Key Things a Constitution Should Address: "How Do We Choose Our Leaders and Maintain Quality Leadership?"
• The Process of Constitutional Reform: The Challenge of Citizen Engagement (Panel)
• The Legal Process of Constitutional Reform
|PRICE PER PARTICIPANT:
DAY OF 4/3/14
|INDIVIDUAL BASIC PACKAGE
|Seminar Registration (1-4 Registrations)
|INDIVIDUAL EXTENDED LEARNING PACKAGE
|Seminar registration plus a discounted registration
(40% off) on NNI's online "Constitutions" course. (1-4 registrations)
|ORGANIZATIONAL BASIC PACKAGE
|Seminar Registration (5 or More Registrations)
|ORGANIZATIONAL EXTENDED LEARNING PACKAGE
|Seminar registration plus a discounted
registration (40% off) on NNI's online
"Constitutions" course. (5 or more registrations)
For more information on NNI's online "Constitution" course:
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For further Information:
(520) 626-0664 or
This seminar series is made possible in part by the generous support of the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation.