Total Resources: 124
This article examines the barriers faced by Indigenous peoples to participation in water governance, which includes planning and permitting of infrastructure affecting their land.
This article reflects on the role of Indigenous women in water governance.
This manual provides an overview of FPIC and how it can be utilized from a community perspective.
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 toolkit consists of eight notes. Each note provides legal instruments, analyses, recommendations, and other forums that advocate for the rights of Indigenous women.
This report is a collection of essays discussing how Canadian law, International law, and Indigenous law can come together to support the implementation of UNDRIP.