Join IPAC-NWT for the final event of 2016, Setting Up A Self Government: The Technical Work That Made the Deline Got'ine Government a Reality. A little bit about our presenter:
Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox graduated from high school in Inuvik, NT and went on to earn a BA and MA in Political Science at the University of Alberta. She received a PhD from Cambridge University in 2005, where she was a Major Scholar and Magdalene Donner Scholar at Magdalene College. She is Adjunct Research Professor with the University of Carleton School of Public Policy and Administration, and author of the critically acclaimed Finding Dahshaa: Self-Government, Social Suffering and Aboriginal Policy in Canada (UBC, 2009), now a standard text in Indigenous studies programs at universities across Canada.
Stephanie owns Fox Consulting Ltd., working as a consultant for various NWT Indigenous governments. As Implementation Director for the Deline Got’ine Government, Canada’s first combined Indigenous/public community based self government, she led the implementation team responsible for its’ establishment. She works with several Indigenous governments on Treaty negotiations and as a governance advisor and negotiator, and is Scientific Director overseeing the establishment of a CIHR-funded NWT health research support unit. She lives in Yellowknife with her husband and two sons.
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