For millennia, Indigenous Peoples governed and cared for the lands and waters in what has very briefly been known as Canada. First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities continue to cultivate diverse and abundant cultures, economies, and livelihoods that are in balance with natural law.
These guidelines offer a framework through which to co-develop communications strategies, approaches, and content with First Nations, Inuit, and Métis partners in respectful, reciprocal, and responsible ways.There is no one-size-fits-all approach to ‘better’ communications with and about Indigenous conservation leadership. However, these guidelines provide a starting point for communications professionals and departments, wherever they are in their learning journey. They were developed with the aim of sparking conversation, learning, and transformation.
These guiding principles provide the foundation for a new way of working with Indigenous partners rooted in reconciliation, healing, and collaboration to protect, restore and conserve species and natural environments.
On-Screen Protocols and Pathways: A media production guide to working with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, cultures, concepts and stories.
This resource provides practical guidance to support Indigenous storytellers and Indigenous narrative sovereignty. It is [...]
This outreach guide showcases the innovative governance and investment approach accomplished in the Tallurutiup Imanga Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement and the Tuvaijuittuq Agreements.
Framework for Community-Based Landscape Restoration: Scaling up Restoration Efforts in Blueberry River First Nations Territory
This report examines how to scale restoration from site level to landscape level. It points [...]