Engaging and Negotiating with Aboriginal Communities

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Event Date/Time: Sep 24, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 25, 2009
Early Registration Date: Aug 27, 2009
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Without an effective negotiating strategy and the ability to understand others at the negotiating table, building trust and consensus with your negotiating partners will be nearly impossible. You need to avoid negotiation breakdowns that can result in overwhelming costs and delays and move your projects forward!

The Canadian Institute’s “Engaging and Negotiating with Aboriginal Communities” will provide you with legal updates, innovative solutions and real life examples for building and maintaining sustainable relationships. Get diverse perspectives and benefit from sessions designed to help you:

Examine all the key issues in negotiating with Aboriginal communities: Ensure you have correctly identified your negotiating partner, understand unique issues in negotiating with Métis communities, address legal challenges and more.

Learn first-hand from industry and Aboriginal participants: Find out “what worked and what didn’t” and learn how to negotiate mutually beneficial ventures.

Exchange effective legal strategies and perspectives with other stakeholders: Network and share negotiating ideas with industry, government and Aboriginal community members.

Take away key knowledge from leading experts: Hear different points of view on key legal issues from our distinguished faculty including leading experts in Aboriginal law, successful industry proponents and representatives from the Crown.
As a special added value, take advantage of our two essential pre-conference workshops: “Mastering the Fundamentals of Aboriginal Law” and “Building Better Relationships through Aboriginal Cultural Awareness”.