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This toolkit consists of practical resources that can be used to empower local communities and Indigenous peoples to recognize human rights, biodiversity, and ecosystem protection.
This paper examines the implications of Indigenous community-based monitoring (ICBM) for Indigenous governance in resource extractive regions. The authors conclude by offering recommendations for the implementation of a sustainable self-determination lens for ICBM.
This paper provides a critical review of how Indigenous peoples have been engaged in environmental monitoring processes. This paper also addresses how Indigenous peoples' participation influences monitoring outcomes, and how Indigenous knowledge and scientific knowledge is used in practice.
Indigenous women and children in remote communities are subject to a “risk pile up”. These populations may face negative consequences from remote construction camps, including increased rates of sexual assault and violence, addictions, sexually transmitted infections, and family violence as a result of the presence of industrial camps and transi...
This article explores the development of the principle of FPIC and the challenges that it presents to conventional forms of governance. FPIC is examined as a form of negotiated justice that aims to produce regulatory decisions through horizontal and decentralized forms of engagement.
This policy brief examines how the relationship between Canadian governments and Indigenous peoples is negotiated when disagreements arise regarding proposed development projects. While Indigenous peoples are entitled the right to Free, Prior, Informed Consent (FPIC), there is no clear understanding within Canadian law of when this consultation ...