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Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Myths and Misrepresentations
Report

2020 - English - Simple

Implementing the UN Declaration on the Right...

Coalition for the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples


This report provides an overview of the UNDRIP while highlighting the myths and misrepresentations of the declaration.

UN Declaration to Help First Nations Achieve Self-Determination: Bellegarde
News Article

2021 - English - Simple

UN Declaration to Help First Nations Achieve...

The Canadian Press


This article examines Bill C-15 and its move towards implementation in Canada

The UNDRIP: An Increasingly Robust Legal Parameter
Scientific Paper

2019 - English - Practical

The UNDRIP: An Increasingly Robust Legal Par...

Felipe Gómez Isa


This article discusses the history of UNDRIP and its emergence as a legal instrument.

Indigenous Rights and ILO Convention 169: Learning from the Past and Challenging the Future
Scientific Paper

2020 - English - Practical

Indigenous Rights and ILO Convention 169: Le...

Jérémie Gilbert, Peter Larsen


By offering a retrospective and forward-looking perspective, this paper examines the ILO Convention 169 on the rights of Indigenous and Tribal peoples.

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Opposes Federal Government's Proposal to Implement UNDRIP
News Article

2021 - English - Simple

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Opposes Federal...

Logan Turner


This article takes the perspective of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, a First Nation in northwestern Ontario, on the implementation of Bill C-15.

Indigenous Knowledge and Federal Environmental Assessments in Canada: Applying Past Lessons to the 2019 Impact Assessment Act
Scientific Paper

This paper evaluates the ability of Canadian environmental assessment processes to meaningfully engage Indigenous knowledge. This paper also offers recommendations towards rebuilding relationships between these processes in order to improve the recognition of Indigenous rights.

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