Results for:Indigenous Rights and Resource Governance Research Group
Total Resources: 14
These short website and booklet are designed to be a first approach of what FPIC is. It was developed by the IRRG group, with input from Indigenous Peoples in Canada, and the support of two international designers. The website can be visited on mobile devices and the booklet can be freely printed and distributed.
At the Rise of the Fourth World Conference in 2014, Rodolfo Stavenhagen presented on contemporary Indigenous issues, including health, equity, and self-determination.
Rise of the Fourth World Conference June 11-13, 2014. Video shot by Nathan from the Commons Studio at the Working Centre and edited by students of the WLU Indigenous Health and Social Justice Research Group at the Queen Street Commons Studio. In this video, Ovide Mercredi presents the Indigenous experience of colonization and the important of maintaining a strong cultural identity in the face of oppression.
The United Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP) is the result of more than two decades of dialogue and negotiations with and by Indigenous Peoples. UNDRIP is a framework that Indigenous Peoples and nation states can use to build or rebuild their relationships.
An overview of what Section 35 is, who it serves to protect, the debate is has caused, and what led to its implementation.
An overview of the history of the indigenous rights supreme court rulings in Canada.