Dr. Brittany Luby (University of Guelph) and her team are working on a project to better equip Indigenous nations and communities with the knowledge, tools, and questions to engage in research partnerships on their own terms. This project was inspired by Chief Lorraine Cobiness’ request that Luby create training resources for Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation’s Consultation Coordinator. Chief Cobiness’ request drew attention to information barriers faced by First Nations interested in collaborative research.
The project is inviting people who have engaged in research partnerships between universities and First Nations to share personal reflections for potential publication, pending peer review. Learn more.