Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship : National Dialogue Discussion Paper - Institute on Governance

Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship : National Dialogue Discussion Paper


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The findings of this dialogue series articulate the characteristics of a nation-to-nation relationship, as defined by Indigenous leaders and government departments – as well as identify key issues, challenges and opportunities. In total, over 400 people participated in these dialogues, including Indigenous leadership, Crown government representatives and civil society participants.

The series is culminating at the National Summit. The purpose of the final symposium in this dialogue series is to present and discuss the emerging findings and inputs to date, with a view to drawing conclusions for all of the parties moving forward.

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