Courses: Aboriginal Justice and Governance Models


Course Details:
This course will examine Aboriginal justice and Aboriginal governance, both historically and in contemporary contexts. This course will compare the common characteristics and contrast the differences that shape leadership roles for governance in the public, voluntary and private sectors. Effective governance will be examined in light of: intergovernmental relations, governmental structures and the theories of power and politics. Learners will determine how the style of Aboriginal governance can function effectively while still preserving Aboriginal cultures, values and worldviews. The course will provide the learner with an overview of the elements and requirements for Aboriginal governance in the present day reality. (Formerly ABLD115)

Course Code: ABLS-1115
Department: Centre for Abor Programs/Servi
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