Diné Policy Institute

Information

The Diné Policy Institute (DPI) is an independent research organization housed in Diné College in the center of the Navajo Nation. Our purpose is to identify important social and political questions facing the Navajo people and provide public research and informed perspectives on these. Our research regularly focuses on Navajo politics, Navajo governmental reform, natural resource use and energy politics, development, and social movements.

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Navajo Nation Current Issues

Dine Policy Institute has two new videos that show contemporary issues on the Navajo Nation.

Isolation in the Reservation: the story of the Navajo LGBTQ+ community
http://www.reservationisolation.org/

Latest Reports


Navajo Nation informal economy: Survey results from flea markets

Should the Navajo Nation change its Name?



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Diné Food Sovereignty Brochure

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Diné Policy Institute Study Report

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Restructuring Report

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Diné Policy Institute Navajo Brain Drain

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Staff & Contact

Staff

Michael Parrish
Coordinator
928.724.6945
mparrish@dinecollege.edu

Majerle Lister
928-724-6944
Research Assistant
mlister@dinecollege.edu
Tsaile, Arizona

Contact:

Call
928.724.6942

Fax
928.724.6837

Mail to
Diné Policy Institute (DPI)
Diné College
1 Circle Drive
PO BOX C-5
Tsaile, AZ 86556

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