By Ray Barnhardt The World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) was born in August 2002 at a meeting in Kananaskis, Alberta, of representatives of Indigenous higher education institutions, including New Zealand, mainland United States, Hawaii, Alaska, and Canada. (See TCJ, Vol. 14, No. 2.) One of its first goals was accreditation. The WINHEC accreditation (more)
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Indigenous peoples around the world are finding empowerment through higher education. Ray Barnhardt examines what they have in common.