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Copy of Indigenomics

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CA Hilton

on 30 October 2014

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What is Indigenomics?
Indigenomics is about understanding Indigenous ways of being
Contrasting modern economic experience and linking to business and entrepreneurship
About the modern expression of indigenous existence

We are the constant the world is looking for

We have seen the desecration of responsibility in our lifetimes

What is emerging is call for greater responsibility – locally and globally

Indigenomics is about Indigenous ways of being,
About contrasts with modern economics and traditional systems and about outlining characteristics of emerging ecological business models

Draws on ancient principles that have supported indigenous economies for thousands of years, and works to implement them as modern practices.

The invitation to participate in a new economy that includes Indigenous ways of being
It is an indigenous approach to global crisis

The Call
We are the answer to the call for greater responsibility
The Indigenous economy has always been a social economy
–The world is calling for a new business model
We are the evidence of a new truth that needs to be told.

10 Principles of Indigenomics
1. Hii shuk ish tsawalk-
everything is one and interconnected - Responsibility and Reciprocity
2. Creation Story
- Speaks to being human
Source of law and sacred, Environment and relationship to place
3. The Teachings -
Huupuqwana- box of treasures,
Hahoulthee- responsibility
Naas- creator/ reality – ownership is responsibility
Iihmisuk- to treasure something
Huupistalth- be helpful of one another
Ya akstalth- care for one another
Cultural teaching- be careful

4. Animate versus inanimate

Life is everywhere

What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night.It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime.It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

Attributed to Crowfoot- Blackfoot Tribe

5. State of Being
~The first act of business is to have a right mind

6. Space/ Place Based Values
Stories of how to be- Raven, coyote- do not take too much- in what is alive we see ourselves. About human nature

7. Witness-
cultural tradition - Responsibility of remembering – sacred responsibility and
responsibility of the present moment – requires great excellence, commitment and honor

8. Story -
Double headed sea serpent – mystical being- Fear- Look at ourselves

9. Transformation
- To change form- Shape shift

10. To make visible

Emerging Economies
green economy! circular economy! sharing economy! collaborative economy! gift economy! accountability economy!

What are we converging upon?
- Indigenous values and ways of being- remembering how to be in relation to each other
Language of new economy-
co-operation, sharing, reciprocity, balance, harmony, co-existence, interconnection, and respect’

Purpose of Local Economy-
To organize, to practice- raise economic baseline of humanity
- True place based economics is values based humanity

Contribution to new world of thinking
Where economics, productivity and prosperity are aligned with human values locally
Maybe hish uk ish ts walk is the real ‘invisible hand’
Economy behind the economy- the values that spin the relationship between nature and human kind

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