Katherine A.H. Graham Lecture on Aboriginal Policy
Established in 2009, the Katherine A.H. Graham Lecture on Aboriginal Policy provides a vehicle for examining a wide range of policy issues, cases, models and tools related to First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities across Canada. Under this initiative, the University annually invites a noted leader in the Aboriginal community, the non-profit sector, government or business to present a public lecture on Aboriginal policy.
Katherine Graham served as Dean of the Faculty of Public Affairs from 2003-2009. This lectureship honours her deep commitment to the sustainability of Aboriginal communities through public policy and citizen engagement.
The event takes place in June.
Save the Date: 2017 Katherine A.H. Graham Lecture
The 2017 Katherine A.H. Graham Lecture will take place on June 7, 2017. The speaker will be Ry Moran, Director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR).
Val Napoleon: Indigenous Legal Perspectives as Policy and Research Foundation2015
James K. Bartleman: Aboriginal Canadians: The Struggle to be Seen as Human2013
Satsan (Herb George): A New Era in Aboriginal/Crown Relations – A New Frontier for Educational Institutions2012
Shawn A-in-chut Atleo: Smashing the Status Quo2011
Mary May Simon: The Biggest Social Policy Change of Our Time2010