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Here is a sample of a few exercises we have produced over the past few years. Our intent is to provide you with a brief overview of our work and how we do it. The videos show the use of a variety of methods including: face to face meetings, online video interviews, panel discussions, Dialogue Delphis, surveys, texts and frameworks such as “3-Horizons”.

What if Women Played Key Roles in Resource Development and Management?
Background – At the time of production it was estimated that in the next decade, as many as 500 projects in oil, gas, forestry and mining would affect many Aboriginal communities across Canada. Many debates were underwayon issues such as the role of Aboriginal communities in resource developments; the sharing of the wealth generated; environment protection and sustainability; the role and sources of foreign investment; transportation and distribution infrastructure and more. Despite the 2015/16 market slowdown for Natural Resources, in years to come there will be a new increased demand for resources Progress, for all, will depend on successful outcomes of the debates.…

This ICN exercise in this question started in October 2012 with two face to face workshops at the Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Conference and Trade Show in Ottawa. Each workshop was attended by more than 30 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people from throughout Canada. Late that year and early in 2013 a series of interviews were arranged with Aboriginal women selected for their natural resources knowledge and experience. In March 2013 two panel discussions were held with simultaneously participation in Ottawa, ON and St John’s NL.

What if… Women Played Key Roles in Resource Development – Introductions
In the next decade, more than 500 projects in oil, gas, forestry and mining will affect many Aboriginal communities across Canada. There are already debates taking place on issues like: the role of Aboriginal communities in these developments; the sharing of the wealth generated; the environment; foreign

Women’s Role in Resource Development – Through Women’s Perspectives
There is very little discussion on ‘how or if’ Aboriginal women are to play key professional and business roles in natural resource management and development. An online “Dialogue” session wherein a panel of women, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal thought leaders, explored issues…

Women’s Role in Resource Development – Through Communities Perspectives
In this online “Dialogue” session, our panel of experts explore questions like: What is the single most important action that can be taken to improve job prospects for Aboriginal women? How should Aboriginal women best prepare for future market resilience and cyclical (or prolonged) uncertainties…

Women’s Role in Resource Development – From Corporations’ Perspectives
In this third of a four part series our panelists are exploring through the lens of corporations’ perspectives issues like, what can be and should be done to strengthen cooperative programs bringing Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people closer together professionally, intellectually and or culturally?

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