Subject: Northern Govern and Develop
Credit units: 2
College: Graduate and Postdoc Studies
Department: JSGS Executive Director Office

Description

Negotiations and consultations are central to managing relations among Aboriginal governments and organizations; municipal, provincial, and federal governments; and industry. This course has three objectives: 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 exercise.

Restriction(s): Restricted to students in the M.N.G.D. and M.G.E.N.I.A. programs.
Prerequisite(s): NORD 835.2 or NORD 836.3

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