Dr. Myrna Kay Cunningham Kain in conversation with Pamela Johnson of Coady International Institute and Amanda Meawasige, Coady graduate and senior health policy analyst with the Assembly of First Nations in Ottawa, Canada. They talk about the value of shared leadership, and whether technology makes it easier to move away from traditional, hierarchical forms of leadership. Also, are traditional Indigenous forms of healthcare becoming mainstream?
Dr. Cunningham Kain is board chair of the Association for Women's Rights in Development, and former chair of the United Nations permanent forum on Indigenous Issues.
Host Richard Perry also promotes the upcoming Coady Celebrates fundraising event in Halifax and the December 5th application deadline for spring certificates and 2017 Diploma in Development Leadership.
Podcast length: 18:13