Carleton University’s master’s in Public Administration concentration and graduate diploma program in Indigenous Policy and Administration presents a lecture entitled Chilean–Indigenous Relations: Some Lessons for Canada. The public is welcome to attend this lecture given by two of Chile’s leading scholars in the area of Chilean-Indigenous relations.
When: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Paterson Hall, Room 218
Registration: Space is limited. Please RSVP: email@example.com
- Andrés Jouannet Valderrama, from Alberto Hurtado University, Santiago will be giving a presentation entitled, The Political Participation of Indigenous Peoples and their Electoral Behaviour.
- José Marriman, from Alberto Hurtado University, Santiago is director of the Indigenous Studies Diploma and will be giving a presentation entitled Solutions to the Mapuche Issue from the Perspective of Chilean Elites: The Case for an Indigenous Ministry, and Examples of Late Indigenism.
Note: Chile’s ambassador to Canada, Alfonso Silva Navarro, will be joining the discussion and introducing the presenters.
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