Office of Aboriginal Initiatives
Job posting: Indigenous Rights and Governance Research Assistant
published: 2012 | Background | posting
Indigenous Rights and Governance Research Assistant
Posted: August 29th, 2012
Accepting applications until position is filled
Seeking a senior year or mature student as a research assistant for the Internationalization of Indigenous Rights and Governance Project. This position is funded by the Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives. I hope you will join us on this exciting project.
About the Project:
This is an opportunity for a bright and passionate student to work on an important issue of Indigenous rights with Dr Terry Mitchell and an interdisciplinary group of scholars. The Internationalization of Indigenous Rights and Governance Project (IIRGP) is comprised of a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars working together to advance policy to promote effective governance, legislative protection, and culture survival for Indigenous peoples in Canada, USA, Chile, New Zealand and Australia. http://www.cigionline.org/activity/internationalization-of-indigenous-rights-and-governance-project
Applications can be sent to Dr. Mitchell, tmitchell @wlu.ca. In your application, please include a letter of interest, a CV, and an unofficial transcript. If you would like more information or to meet Dr. Mitchell to answer any questions you can call her at 519 884-0710 x 2052.
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