The Rebuilding First Nations Governance project is seeking research assistants for a variety of tasks: assisting with planning and delivering webinars, bibliographic research, documentary analysis, on-line research and writing. The project, in partnership with the Centre for First Nations Governance, is based at Carleton University. We welcome students from across Canada in a variety of disciplines related to Indigenous governance, Aboriginal law, and public policy and administration. You will be able to work remotely.
Information about the project appears at https://carleton.ca/rfng/
Partners in the project are First Nations and Tribal Councils, along with forty academics and practitioners. We are beginning the third year of a six year project. One of the benefits of working with us is the opportunity to meet Indigenous activists from across the country, as well as other students who share your interests.
For more information on these opportunities and how to apply, please click here.