CAB is the Community Advisory Board, it consists of 20-22 Kahnawakeronon volunteers from different sectors of the community. It was put together so that the community members of Kahnawake would have representation within KSDPP and its functions.
CAB members meet on a monthly basis to oversee the project, influence decision making, give feedback, and ensure that the needs of the community are addressed.
Some of CAB's main tasks so far have been the creation of the Vision Statement and a Code of Research Ethics, which describes how the Community Advisory Board, Community Researchers, and Academic Researchers could work with one another in a respectful manner.
The graph below indicates the different sectors represented by CAB
CAB Objectives: back to top
The image below indicates the objectives of CAB
Community Advisory Board Members 2016-8. The community Advisory Board consists of people representing different sectors of the community. The following table consists of CAB members and the sector of the community that they represent.