Total Resources: 120
This toolkit consists of eight notes. Each note provides legal instruments, analyses, recommendations, and other forums that advocate for the rights of Indigenous women.
This report is a collection of essays discussing how Canadian law, International law, and Indigenous law can come together to support the implementation of UNDRIP.
This video features a variety of speakers discussing how the relationship between the Canadian government and Indigenous peoples has changed over the years.
This is a podcast presented by the Assembly of First Nations featuring Dr. Dan Longboat, the founding Director of the Indigenous Environmental Studies and Sciences Program at Trent University. The podcast highlights Indigenous traditional knowledge and its use in society today.
This article presents an Indigenous perspective on the cancellation of the Keystone XL Pipeline Project.
This paper presents a program developed by the Bunun Indigenous group in Taiwan that aims to incorporate Indigenous knowledge systems into environmental education.