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UNDRIP’s fundamental flaw

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2 April, 2019

The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was created with intrinsic power structures intact — leaving the state with ultimate control. Can the original spirit of the declaration still be salvaged?


The erasure of Indigenous thought in foreign policy

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31 July, 2017

Where is the acknowledgement of — and engagement with — Indigenous thought in the development of international relations and the practice of foreign policy? Hayden King calls out the field’s glaring gaps and asks whether a different kind of foreign policy is possible or even desirable.


Canada’s return to science

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9 December, 2015

is an urgent need for Canada’s new government to rebuild its science policy
Is COP21 signalling a revitalization of the relationship between science and policy? From our partners at Arctic Deeply.


A Movement Rises

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20 November, 2015

How did inequality within indigenous communities — the most serious, current consequence being the thousands of missing and murdered Indigenous women — creep from out of mind to front of news coverage? It involved much determination, passion, and love.  Journalist Angela Sterritt brings to life six stories from a movement finally resonating in Canada. 

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