This sample agreement form covers the foundation and significant matters that each party considers fundamental for the agreement.
Indigenous self-government – Indigenous Corporate Training (ICT)
This ebook provides an overview of what it is, why it matters plus some
examples of self-government agreements.
Indigenous Peoples: A Guide to Terminology – Indigenous Corporate Training (ICT)
This ebook provides some perspective on historical, political and community terminology, plus some definitions of common terms as well as tips regarding usage.
27 valuable “must do” tips for Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples – Indigenous Corporate Training (ICT)
This guide is provided to help people avoid saying or doing the wrong
things. It’s based on content starting on page 174 of the Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples® book.
Guidelines for working with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Elders (CACE)
The purpose of this document is to establish protocol and guidelines for working with Elders, to ensure consistency in extending invitations, respectful care, providing honouraria and compensation for additional costs. These guidelines are meant for students, faculty and staff of Carleton University, who will be working with Elders on- or off-campus, for university purposes. Any other organization can be inspired by these guidelines and adapt them to their own structure. This document was prepared by the Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education at Carleton University.