In 2008, the Tulo Centre was founded to provide practical, hands-on training to help Indigenous communities establish jurisdiction, raise revenues and improve local governance.
A registered charity and not-for-profit organization, the Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics strengthens capacity in Indigenous communities.
Increasingly, First Nations and other governments, as well as Indigenous groups in other countries, are demanding more Tulo Centre research, textbooks, courses, and workshops. To better serve our growing community, we plan to expand our efforts over the next five years.
To learn more about our measurable impact, our strategic plans to meet growing demand, and how you can support our efforts, check out our 2016/2017 Annual Report.