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Recognizing that people learn in different ways using different media, NNI offers a growing list
of diverse yet comprehensive curricular materials for both individual and group learning by
indigenous leaders, tribal government employees, tribal college and university students, and
The Rebuilding Native Nations distance-learning course series examines the critical governance
and development challenges facing Native nations and surveys the breadth and diversity of
Native nation-building efforts across Indian Country.
Indigenous Governance Database
NNI's Indigenous Governance Database is an online resource center containing educational and
informational resources about nation building, sovereignty, governance, leadership, and
sustainable economic and community development in Indigenous country.
Executive Education Program
NNI provides customized executive education programs designed to equip tribal leaders with
knowledge and tools for Native nation building.
UANativeNet.com is an online resource on a range of topics relevant to tribal nations and
Indigenous peoples, including courses and reference materials intended for American Indian and
Indigenous people throughout the nation and the world.
The acclaimed ten-part television and radio program developed by NNI designed to provide
critical information to Indigenous leaders about what's working and what's not among Native
nations engaging in the difficult and daunting challenge of nation building.
Learn more about NNI's curriculum development programs here.
NNI Facebook Page
The Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy at The University of Arizona manages the BECCnet mailing list, which provides information on activities and news related to the Border Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC) and the North American Development Bank (NADB)
Also, there is the CECnet mailing list that which provides information on activities and news related to
the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC).