Research and Publications
As a part of the Institute's overall mission to empower Native Americans and their communities to create systematic change, research, research support, and budget/policy analysis will be some of the primary activities of the Institute.
Below is a list of the most current and up-to-date research and publications by NABPI and its partners:
- Capturing Native American Views Toward the Business Plan for Early Childhood Development (June 2019)
- Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women & Girls: A Briefing Paper || Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women & Girls Infographic (June 2019)
Victory for New Mexico Schools: Court Rules in Yazzie/Martinez Case that Every Child Has a Right to a Sufficient Public Education under New Mexico’s Constitution
Note: This is the most current version of this paper. Updates to this paper will be made and released pending any further developments regarding Yazzie v. State of New Mexico.
- The Native American Electorate's Role in the Blue Wave Referendum on President Trump's Policy Agenda
- Enhancing Native American Budget and Policy Analysis Capacity in New Mexico: A Comprehensive Study of Current Capacity in the State and a Discussion of Various Models that Could Increase New Mexico’s Capacity