Join us in Fredericton Sept 24-26, 2019 for a national & regional dialogue about Indigenous engagement and the economy.!
- General Delegate - $1095.00 + GST
- Leadership Circle Members - $995.00 + GST
- Indigenous/Non-Profit Orgs - $795.00 + GST
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Come hear what The Right Honourable Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada and Founder of the Martin Family Initiative has to say about identifying ways of increasing research collaborations as a means of growing the Indigenous talent, innovation and partnerships. How will talent drive the economy and position Indigenous people to drive innovation and jobs? Mr Martin will provide his insights and global perspectives.
Join us at Inclusion Works '19 and learn about "Transforming the Indigenous Economy . . . Driving Talent, Innovation and Partnerships".
The event kicks off Sept 24th with an Afternoon at the Movies and President's Inclusion Festival in the evening with networking, games and entertainment mixed with superb culinary delights.
Inclusion Works '19 brings together an audience of up to 200 participants & delegates in a dialogue about Indigenous engagement and the economy. The agenda is national with a strong focus on Atlantic Canada.
'Engage with colleagues in a rich dialogue.
This national and regional dialogue is brought to you by Indigenous Works in partnership with JEDI, Mitacs, Ulnooweg, NAACA, CANDO, NB Power and many others. Various themes will be explored and unpacked in this interlinking dialogue.
There are many opportunities for Indigenous engagement in the mainstream economy. In the Atlantic region, technology, manufacturing and retail are just 3 examples of sectors seeking to attract Indigenous employment and business development. Companies and Indigenous organizations need to meet one another and gain strategies and perspectives to collaborate effectively together.
Research can be a catalyst to Indigenous growth. The event will attract interest and participation from colleges, universities and Indigenous institutes that want to work with Indigenous communities and businesses to identify areas of innovation.
Indigenous economic transformation embraces a new spirit of community-led development. Come together in the dialogue that will transform you. Join us at Inclusion Works '19.
Keynote, Dr. Manley Begay, Jr., PhD
Reserve now! We have secured a block of rooms for Inclusion Works 19 at the discounted rate of $179/night plus taxes. Our discounted rate is available until our block sells out or August 30 at the latest. Please click here to make your reservation online via the hotel's secure web site.
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