INDIGENOUS RIGHTS Resources for the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Campaign

Let Justice Roll: Implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
We are a Covenant People. We are a Treaty People. Solidarity and Worship for May 28 or June 4, 2017.

Print and Digital Resources

Backgrounder: Self Determination & Free, Prior and Informed Consent (Feb 2021)

Understanding Bill C-15 (Jan 2021)

UN Declaration booklet PDF | Print

Implementating the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Myths and Misrepresentations (2020)

Wrongs to Rights: How Churches can Engage the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Published by Mennonite Church Canada. Contains the perspectives of over 40 authors from diverse backgrounds on the meaning of the UN Declaration for the churches

Churches’ Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #48

Strength for Climbing: Steps on the Journey of Reconciliation PDF | Print
Designed to help non-Indigenous communities on the path to reconciliation.

Resources on the UN Declaration available from the Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers)

Fact Sheet on theUN Declaration (2016)

Series of 46 KAIROS memes representing each article in the UN Declaration for use on social media

Canada and UNDRIP: An Unfulfilled Responsibility

Video Resources

Press Conference: Churches respond to TRC deadline on Call to Action #48 – March 30, 2016

KAIROS video playlist on Free, Prior and Informed Consent

Closing ceremony: Release of the Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission—June 1, 2015

A “plain language”version of the UN Declaration

Global affirmation of Indigenous peoples’ rights is a framework for reconciliation and justice
The United Church of Canada produced a video and workshop resource.

KAIROS Media training webinars

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