This series of videos examines how land governance must change to recognize and uphold Indigenous rights and responsibilities and to restore nature’s once abundant ecosystems.
This is a proposal for a Peace Park from representatives of 18 Penan communities in the Upper Baram region of Sarawak in Malaysia.
This paper from the Yellowhead Institute provides an overview of the current status of land dispossession in Canada, focusing on alienation through resource extraction.
This is a collection of essays which gives recommendations on how Canada can braid together a new legal framework through the implementation of UNDRIP, revive a stalled process of reconciliation, and embrace a true nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous Peoples.
This is a declaration adopted by the United Nations in 2007 that affirms the rights of Indigenous Peoples worldwide. It is commonly known as UNDRIP or the Declaration. It was only in 2017 that Canada began endorsing UNDRIP, but it has now been enshrined in Canadian Law through Bill C-15.