End of the Semester Check-In and Lunch: Indigenous Law & Policy Center

🍂 End of the Semester Check-In! 🍂

The Indigenous Law & Policy Center will be hosting an in-person End of the Semester Check-In on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 from 12:15-1:15pm in room 472

Students, faculty, staff, and allies will come together to celebrate the end of the semester over a provided lunch! **RSVP Required**

RSVP by Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021. Please direct all RSVPs and questions to indigenous@law.msu.edu

We look forward to seeing you there!

ASU Indian Legal Program Upcoming Events


Indian Law 101

Wednesday, January 29

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Ak-Chin Indian Community Conference Center, Room 544

Beus Center for Law and Society, Phoenix, AZ

Register at law.asu.edu/indianlaw101

Early Bird registration ends 12/20/19

One day conference as low as $200.

Flyer here.



Wiring the Rez: Innovative Strategies for Business Development Via E-Commerce

6th Annual Tribal Government E-Commerce CLE

January 30, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

January 31, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino, Chandler, AZ

Register at law.asu.edu/wiringtherez

Early Bird rate ends 1/3

NARF Peacemaking Initiative

New website here. There are numerous upcoming events listed there as well. One that we have not yet announced is here (pdf), an event in Oklahoma on April 23-24.

(on a side note, NARF does a great job with its website addresses for these projects, making them very easy to pass on at events or when speaking: narf [dot] org [slash] icwa ; narf [dot] org [slash] peacemaking. It’s a little thing, but much appreciated.)

Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative
The mission of the Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative (IPI) is to support Native peoples in restoring sustainable peacemaking practices by:

* Promoting Traditional Peacemaking Practices
* Raising awareness about peacemaking practice
* Spotlighting existing programs that have had success with model programs
* Coordinating a Traditional Peacemaking Practices Clearinghouse
* Creating a peacemaking clearinghouse by cataloging codes, manuals, curricula and best practices
* Digitizing all records for easy dissemination
* Creating an anthology of successful programs and individuals within peacemaking
* Convening Traditional Peacemaking Meetings
* Coordinating meetings for a variety of audiences interested in peacemaking
* Tribal Leaders, Tribal Peacemakers, Tribal Judges, Policymakers, Non Native Peacemakers
* Training and Teaching Opportunities
* Documenting and disseminating best practices
* Development of curriculum, case studies, and tools
* Provide training on various components and techniques of peacemaking
* Mentoring and Nurturing
* Supporting relationships and mentoring between and among individual peacemakers, programs, and communities