Doug Hamilton

Using E-Learning to Build Governance Capacity in the Yekooche First Nation: A Case Study of the Yekooche Learning Centre (2010)

In 1995, the Yekooche First Nation, a small and remote community in British Columbia, began treaty negotiations leading to self-government. This document describes a research project undertaken to help the Yekooche First Nation develop an approach to community-based training that would enable members to assume self-government responsibilities once their treaty was ratified.

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