A new database developed at the University of Arizona is serving as an online resource center for Indigenous people across the nation — and beyond — who are in search of information on Native Nation governance and leadership.
The Indigenous Governance Database, recently launched by the UA’s Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management and Policy, pulls together in one central location articles, case studies, videos and other resources focused on governance, sovereignty, leadership, and sustainable economic and community development.
The idea was to create a simple and centralized point of access for Native Nation leaders, key decision-makers, employees, citizens and others in search of information, tools and strategies on how to rebuild their nations and communities...
Blue, Alexis. "New Online Database Showcases Tribal Governance Resources." UA News, October 15, 2012. Article. (https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/new-online-database-showcases-tribal..., accessed October 15, 2012)