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think that how you create legitimacy, said Gardiner. you can create something that people have a sense of belonging to, they more likely to give back to it, whether if that through public service or talking about the legislation in a social context. in Carcross talk about their government legislation a lot more than a non aboriginal Yukoner might talk about what going in the territory legislature, he said.
legislation is a melding of Western case law and legislative techniques with oral history and traditional stories, said Gardiner.
a commitment to international issues and are likely to exercise leadership roles as recipients of their Gordon Global Fellowship for 2010.
In September, 20 Ugandans died in clashes over the rising power of traditional kingdoms that predate British colonization in the early 1900s. In Scandinavia, the Sami Parliament is expanding its influence over people who have been overlooked by national governments centralized in Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki.
the fundamental difference between self governing First Nations and non self governing First Nations, said Gardiner, a 27 year old Saskatchewan native.
He earned a $20,000 fellowship with the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation, a grant organization that supports inventive studies of public policy in Canada.
Council members are chosen to be part of council by their lineage in several different clans, said Gardiner.
In Carcross, Gardiner is learning how to incorporate traditional politics with Western governance.
First and foremost, he be comparing indigenous self governments with what he learned at the Carcross Tagish First Nation.
at the same time, there a philosophy that they apply here called the theory of change, he said. four stages to it, the first one being belonging. If you don feel as though you belong to something, you not going to assist it in any way. people grow to identify with their governments, they begin to feel obligated to improve and protect it.
structure of governance itself, at least in Carcross, has been modified to reflect traditional values, said Gardiner.
Throughout the world, aboriginal people are resurrecting political traditions once treated as archaic and backward.
is the volition to hold them all together and act on them, said Gardiner.
ourselves like the laws of the land traditionally. trying to codify that into a system of laws in the modern context. and other Canadian First Nation governments are creating political institutions that are legitimate and respectable in the eyes of their citizens.
Back at the University of Saskatchewan, one of his professors, Peter Ferguson, was studying the rise and fall of democracies what makes people gravitate toward their protection and what makes people rebel.
the challenge of every government, and Carcross is no exception, said Gardiner.
But how do you create legitimacy? How do you make people believe in their chief and council?
medicine wheel, with four departments signifying the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical aspects of the self.
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self governing First Nation, to a greater degree, has the ability to begin the decolonization process and to move toward true self determination. who worked as an adviser to former Saskatchewan premier Lorne Calvert before moving to the Yukon two and a half years ago, sees a connection between the web of indigenous governments springing up around the world and the often ambiguous concept of democracy.
In Uganda, where concerns over the rise of traditional kingdoms turned violent late last year, regional governments are slowly gaining legitimacy over the centralized government headquartered in Kampala.
started thinking about that again coming to Carcross, where what people are doing is really nation building, said Gardiner. seems that same pattern is being replicated in these self government communities. really involved in the democratization process ensuring that their governments are more representative, open to criticism and community participation. has decided to put his idea to the test.
of being prescriptive like in most Western legislation the words shall and thou shall not it tries to set out, traditionally, how the law would be practised, he said.
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The tough part is injecting the substance of traditional governance into these emerging polities.
whole concept of consensus is integrated into official decision making, he said.
big similarity there is the land claim issue, he said. the British came into Uganda in the 1900s, they promised the Ugandan Kingdoms 9,000 square kilometres of land. There is still a claim on that land.
In the next nine months, Gardiner will travel to Uganda, Bolivia and Scandinavia to study what he sees as a global trend toward more democratic political institutions that don fit the traditional Western governance model, whether they be Westminster based or republican in nature.
instance, the Family Act talks about how traditionally different members of the family reacted to each other, so what the responsibilities of a father is to the son and how the aunts and uncles play in there. with wildlife it the same thing, he said. it uses traditional stories to say, are the principles by which we conducted Fendi Crossbody Replica
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