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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY's Indigenous Peoples' Rights Summer Program 2014


2014 INDIGENOUS STUDIES SUMMER PROGRAM
ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS AND POLICY (ISSP)
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cser/issp/files/2014_CSER_ISSP_application.pdf

The Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race (CSER) is now accepting applications from researchers, professionals, practitioners, and advanced students who wish to participate in an intensive two-week summer immersion program at Columbia University on indigenous peoples? rights and policy. The program runs from May 27 - June 7, 2014 and the
deadline for applications is January 6, 2014.

The program provides an overview and analysis of the major questions in indigenous affairs today, as they have emerged globally in the last decades. The program has an interdisciplinary approach and incorporates lectures and workshops on the most recent and innovative academic research and policy debates on indigenous peoples? issues. It is complemented by visits and lectures to the United Nations and indigenous peoples? and state institutions.

Program Configuration
Columbia University and other faculty, UN representatives, Indigenous and other experts deliver the academic lectures and are available for discussions and consultations with the participants throughout the duration of the program. Participants are to be immersed in daily 4-6 hours of lectures. Some topics are presented in the form of paneldiscussions and practical workshops are organized around the daily panels to encourage further topic examination. A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to participants at the end of the program. Program participants will travel to a Native American nation in New York State and will interact with representatives of the nation.

For more Information, please visit the CSER website: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cser/issp
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