Why is the Canadian government continuing to challenge “Free, Prior and Informed Consent” when it comes to land deals?
Roy Culpeper / @rculpeper
Senior Fellow of the University of Ottawa’s School of International Development and Global Studies
Roy Culpeper is currently a Senior Fellow of the University of Ottawa’s School of International Development and Global Studies, and Adjunct Professor at the School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University. From 1995 to 2010, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of The North-South Institute, Ottawa. Prior to being appointed President he served as the Institute’s Vice-President, Research, and Program Director, International finance and Debt. Earlier in his career he was an official at the World Bank in Washington, the federal departments of Finance and External Affairs in Ottawa, and the Planning Secretariat of the Government of Manitoba in Winnipeg. From January to May 2011 he was the Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. He is also a member of the Coalition for Equitable Land Acquisitions and Development in Africa (CELADA).
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