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Indigenous governance and fostering democracy nation-to-nation

Kyla Kakfwi Scott (K’asho Got’ine) explains why the recognition of Indigenous governments is important and at “at the heart of making democracy work” in this segment of Outburst.

Kakfwi Scott is a senior advisor with the Government of Northwest Territories and a founding member of Dene Nahjo, an Indigenous innovation collective working to advance social and environmental justice for northern peoples and promote Indigenous leadership.

 

 

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