Co-management led research and sharing space on the pathway to Inuit self-determination in research.

Northern Public Affairs recently published “Co-management led research and sharing space on the pathway to Inuit self-determination in research” authored by myself, Ashlee Cunsolo, & Aaron Dale.

“The co-management boards across Canada are an important outcome of the land claims political mobilization process, and the research they lead not only represents the implementation of land claims, but also furthers the visions for Inuit sovereignty and determination.”

To read the full article, click here: http://ow.ly/Xxoq30lbtew

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Figure 1: A conceptual representation of the ‘shared space’ of co-management research, recommendations, actions, and decision-making.

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