The Executive Session on American Indian Constitutional Reform is a national working group of constitutional reformers from 12 American Indian nations and leading academics. The Executive Session meets twice a year to rethink strategies for strengthening tribal constitutions and constitution-making processes. This report is aimed at Indian nations planning constitutional revision. It highlights best practices in developing effective processes of constitution-making and revision, an issue of pressing concern to a growing number of American Indian nations re-examining their constitutions. The ideas and conclusions in this report emerged from the May 9-11, 2002 meeting of the Executive Session at Harvard University, "Launching Effective Processes of Reform and Maximizing Citizen Participation and Education."
Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. "Report on Best Practices in Developing Effective Processes of American Indian Constitutional Reform." Executive Session on American Indian Constitutional Reform. Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. August 26, 2002. Report. (https://fngovernance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Constitutions_Best_Practices_for_Constitution_Reform_Process.pdf, accessed October 18, 2023)