Being in Relationship with Land and Each Other: How to Think About Treaties and Land Back

April 4, 2022 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Virtual Event
National Farmers Union
(306) 652-9465

Prof. Craft is an Associate Professor at the Faculty Law, University of Ottawa and an Indigenous (Anishinaabe-Métis) lawyer from Manitoba. She holds a University Research Chair Nibi miinawaa aki inaakonigewin: Indigenous governance in relationship with land and water. Craft is an internationally recognized leader in the area of Indigenous laws, treaties and water. She prioritizes Indigenous-lead and interdisciplinary research, including visual arts and film, co-leads a series of major research grants on Decolonizing Water Governance and works with many Indigenous nations and communities on Indigenous relationships with and responsibilities to nibi (water). In 2021 she was awarded the prestigious Canadian Bar Association President’s Award and was named the Early Career Researcher of the Year Award at the University of Ottawa. Treaty Words, her critically acclaimed children’s book, explains treaty philosophy and relationships.

April 4, 2022 10:00 AM PT. 

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