The AFN and Aboriginal Unemployment Term Paper by Master Researcher

The AFN and Aboriginal Unemployment
A look at the Assembly of First Nations' (AFN) policy on native unemployment.
# 38914 | 1,686 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 | US


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Description:

This paper examines the Assembly of First Nations' (AFN) policy on native unemployment. The paper outlines the survey used and describes an interview with a representative of the AFN concerning his/her views on unemployment amongst Aboriginal peoples. The paper argues that the role of the AFN and other Aboriginal peoples' organizations needs to be examined in light of their inability to act effectively in this policy area.

Outline:
Survey
Summarizing the Results
Analysis of Policy Stance
Refining Arguments and Hypothesis

From the Paper:

"I had originally planned to interview representatives of the Aboriginal Youth Business Council (AYBC)-- www.aybc.org: The Aboriginal Youth Business Council is a volunteer run, non-profit, youth-driven council of First Nation, Metis, & Inuit entrepreneurs. However, that organization does not seem to exist anymore. I visited their Website in the fall but it no longer exists. The link (www.aybc.org) now leads directly to Biographix E-Learning Architects (www.biographix.com), an education and retraining company that works with many clients including the Aboriginal Business Council. Their telephone number (705-254-6916) has been disconnected and the new number (705-368-2182) connects to a medical center. Therefore, I assume that this organization does not exist anymore.
"Therefore, I choose to interview a representative of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) on their policy stance on unemployment among Aboriginal Peoples."

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"The AFN and Aboriginal Unemployment" 18 October 2003. Web. 29 November. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/the-afn-and-aboriginal-unemployment-38914/>

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