FNEE, an institution that fosters an active approach to economic reconciliation
“This new program for First Nations and non-Indigenous economic leaders meets the needs of this particular clientele. In announcing it as part of the regional Economic Circle, FNEE strengthens its position as an institution actively working with the movement to empower First Nations that has been underway in recent years,” emphasizes lawyer Ken Rock, the director general of the SDEUM and the director of entrepreneurial initiatives at FNEE.
FNEE, a partner of the Economic Regional Circle
Through its innovative position as a school “by and for” First Nations, FNEE contributes to the vitality of Indigenous economic development, in keeping with the values of sustainable development and rational management of the use of territorial resources, which are dear to First Nations. “An event like the Regional Economic Circle in Uashat mak Mani-Utenam plays a role in this rise and makes it possible to consolidate the relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous economic leaders. FNEE is proud to contribute to this event, which has a socioeconomic impact.” concludes Manon Jeannotte, the director and co-initiator of FNEE.
To find out more about the “Economic Leaders – Grand Circle” program, follow the link below.