Total Resources: 117
This article discusses the human rights implications for Indigenous communities of tropical countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. The article is based on a recent report suggesting that economy recovery plans are prioritizing extractive industries over human rights.
This article examines a global organization called The Atlantic Fellows, and its implementation of the Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity. This program is focused on bringing about social change using Indigenous knowledge and resources.
Based on a series of workshops in Norway, Finland, and Greenland, this policy brief aims to understand the role of local individuals in development projects, and how the rights of Indigenous peoples are exercised.
This article focuses on contemporary forest stewardship in British Columbia, Canada and its relation to Indigenous inclusive development policies. This article also offers recommendations towards policymakers for implementing UNDRIP and facilitating reconciliation.
This paper highlights Indigenous empowerment and influence over natural resource management in areas such as climate change, fossil fuel extraction, timber harvesting, and water management. This paper also addresses the future of natural resource management.
This paper examines Canada’s 2019 Impact Assessment Act and its relation to the engagement and consultation with Indigenous communities.