Results for:Inherent Rights
Total Resources: 114
This article discusses the impacts of climate change on the livelihood of Indigenous communities. The article also examines the importance of recognizing Indigenous peoples' rights when implementing climate change policies.
This backgrounder provides an overview of FPIC, the right to self-determination, UNDRIP, and other legal parameters as they relate to the rights of Indigenous peoples.
In this podcast, Chief Willie Littlechild provides a history of the UNDRIP and his aspirations for what it will achieve for First Nations Peoples.
This public statement addresses the implementation of the UNDRIP in Canada.
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 discusses the history of UNDRIP and its emergence as a legal instrument.