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Kia Dunn, Innovations in Indigenous Land Tenure - Implementation and Integration Lead, Ecotrust Canada

Kia Dunn,
Research Lead, Indigenous Home-Lands

Kia Dunn, Innovations in Indigenous Land Tenure - Implementation and Integration Lead, Ecotrust Canada

Wanekia (Kia) Dunn completed the Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees at the University of Toronto. Among other opportunities, he has worked at the Ontario Human Rights Commission and the Métis Nation of Ontario, and was a Junior Fellow at Massey College for the past four years. His legal areas of focus currently include Aboriginal law, public-private partnerships, trusts, not-for-profits, and forms of Social Benefit Corporation. He recently finished his thesis on the legal principle of the honour of the Crown and its implications for Aboriginal law in Canada. 

Kia also runs his own not-for-profit, volunteer teaching a Japanese martial art called jujutsu.