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This report from the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, emerged in response to a 2011 decision to monitor the progress of Nations implementing UNDRIP within their respective constitutions. The Constitutions of many countries worldwide are examined, to determine the extent to which they have implemented the rights of Indigenous people to self-determination, representative decision-making, and withholding consent.
This document provides an overview of FPIC and UNDRIP. It aims to provide a resource for Indigenous groups to claim their rights to their lands and self-governance.
This is a breakdown of Section 35, describing what it is and who it pertains to, why it was implemented, what the results have been, what it allows for, and the debates around it.
The document covers the consultation process for the Amjiwnaang community. It defines the consultation principles, anticipated outcomes, the responsibilities of each party (crown, proponents, aamjiwnaang). It discusses the steps, the available funding, and how to dispute resolutions.
This report covers the convention Rise of the Fourth World where community came together to discuss breaking the barriers in terms of Indigenous rights.
Business case for FPIC - drawing on case studies showing that companies are better off following FPIC; why it makes business sense; how it works with the legal implementation; what FPIC is; why FPIC is important; how it leads to better organizational behavioural practices