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This website provides information and resources on FPIC as a tool of self-determination to assist communities in decision making. We have selected articles, tool kits, videos, voice messages, and community stories about FPIC and consultation.

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The Practice of FPIC: Insights from the FPIC Solutions Dialogue
Rapport

2021 - English - Practical

The Practice of FPIC: Insights from the FPIC S…

RESOLVE


This guide was curated by NGO's, community representatives, and companies with FPIC commitments with the goal of sharing collective insights surrounding FPIC principles.

UNDRIP as a Framework for Reconciliation in Canada: Challenges and Opportunities for Major Energy and Natural Resources Projects
Article scientifique

2020 - English - Practical

UNDRIP as a Framework for Reconciliation in Ca…

Lisa Jamieson, Sabrina Spencer, Sam Adkins et al.


This article examines the adoption of UNDRIP in Canada, with the goal of addressing how UNDRIP will impact energy development in Canada.

COVID-19, Extractive Industries, and Indigenous Communities in Canada: Notes Towards a Political Economy Research Agenda
Article scientifique

This paper examines the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the political relationship between extractive industries and Indigenous communities.

Realizing Indigenous Rights in the Context of Extractive Imperialism: Canada's shifting and fledgling progress towards the implementation of UNDRIP
Article scientifique

This article addresses Canada’s shifting yet fledgling progress towards the harmonisation of Canadian domestic law and the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The pathway to reconciliation and sustainable development for Canada is discussed as rights-based resource governance in contrast to Canada’…

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 transien…

This report emerged out of a workshop held by Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) which brought together representatives from extractive industries to discuss the application of FPIC in engagement with Indigenous peoples. The report provides a corporate interpretation of the rights promised under FPIC including its legal requirements, benefit…

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