Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to Working with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples!

    • Course Overview

    • Welcome!

    • Before we begin...

  • 2

    What is The UN Declaration?

  • 3

    What is Covered in the Declaration (Optional Viewing)

    • This chapter is optional..

    • The United Nations Declaration Preamble (Optional)

    • Overview of Articles 1 to 31 (Optional)

    • Overview of Articles 32 to 46 (Optional)

  • 4

    Government Reaction, Policy & Implementation

    • Government Reaction, Policy, and Implementation

    • Exercise: Government Reaction, Policy and Implementation

  • 5

    Legal Effects of the UN Declaration

    • Legal Effects of the UN Declaration

    • FPIC and the WET'SUWET'EN Protests

    • BC Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act

    • Knowledge Check: Legal Effects of the UN Declaration

  • 6

    The UN Declaration & the Nation to Nation Relationship

    • The UN Declaration & the Nation to Nation Relationship

  • 7

    Indigenous Peoples and Aboriginal Peoples

    • Indigenous Peoples and Aboriginal Peoples

    • Knowledge Check: Pick the Best Term

  • 8

    Consent, Veto and Reconciliation

    • Consent, Veto and Reconciliation

  • 9

    The Reconciliation Connection

    • The Declaration is the framework for Reconciliation in Canada

    • TRC Calls to Action

  • 10

    Impacts on Development

    • Impacts on Extractive Development

    • Impact on Policy Development

    • Impacts on Program Development

  • 11

    What can we do to Implement The UN Declaration?

    • Initial thoughts on Implementation during consultation

    • Additional thoughts on Implementation

    • BCUC Case Study

    • MOU Wet'suwet'en 2020 - Negotiations Consistent With UNDRIP

    • Discussion & Questions and Answers

  • 12

    Thank you!

    • You're almost done!

    • Tell us what you think...

    • Thank You!