The United States and Native American nations have a treaty-based, government-to-government relationship with a unique political and legal dynamic of mutual sovereignty. This colloquium will feature recognized experts presenting in-depth information and current perspectives on U.S./Tribal relations, their evolving sovereignty balance, and innovative strategies and programs for enhancing Native American human security.
Please join us in person or via webinar for this extraordinary program focused on strengthening self-determination and quality of life in Tribal communities.
Featured Speakers Include:
The United States Special Trustee for American Indians
The President of the National Congress of American Indians
Leaders of Tribal Governments, Economic Enterprises, and Community Organizations
Tribal Court Judges, Law Professors, and Legal Advocates
National Experts in Indigenous Education, Health, and Cultural Heritage
For the Colloquium agenda, click here. There is no cost to attend the Colloquium or webinar.
To RSVP, please email email@example.com by Friday, May 15, 2015.
Thank you to our sponsors for contributing to this extraordinary program:
University of Washington Department of American Indian Studies
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Foster Pepper PLLC
University of Washington Jackson School of International Studies
University of Washington Native American Law Center
Northwest Indian Bar Association
Washington State Bar Association Indian Law Section
Center for Indigenous Research and Justice
Tribal Law and Policy Institute
American Bar Association Section on Individual Rights and Responsibilities
Native American Resource Partners