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Webinar: International Youth in Indigenous Governance


AIGI presents a conversation about how Indigenous youth in international communities have addressed critical governance responses through recent times.

Key Themes:

  • Access to education, which sees many Indigenous youth moving from our rural and remote areas away from culture and traditional practices into urban areas to get professional education;
  • Geographic considerations finding Indigenous communities dispersed within their own countries – Indigenous youth in rural areas face more obstacles to engagement; and
  • Government and Inter-governmental interfaces: the importance of having Indigenous Youth’s voices in those spaces.

You can view the Webinar here 

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