Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Course Overview

    • Welcome!

    • Before we begin...

  2. 2
    • The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (Full Document)

    • The Declaration and Colonization

    • Hint: Use of the Expression UNDRIP

    • What is the UN Declaration?

    • What is the Purpose of the UN Declaration?

    • Understanding Free, Prior and Informed Consent

    • Key Dates and the Long Road Toward Endorsement for Canada

    • Coalition Calls on the National Government to Implement the Declaration

  3. 3
    • The United Nations Declaration Preamble and Articles 1 to 46

  4. 4
    • Government Reaction, Policy, and Implementation

    • Exercise: Government Reaction, Policy and Implementation

  5. 5
    • Legal Effects of the UN Declaration

    • Bill 41: B.C. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA)

    • FPIC and the WET'SUWET'EN Protests

    • Knowledge Check: Legal Effects of the UN Declaration

  6. 6
    • The UN Declaration & the Nation to Nation Relationship

  7. 7
    • Indigenous Peoples and Aboriginal Peoples

    • Knowledge Check: Pick the Best Term

  8. 8
    • Consent, Veto and Reconciliation

  9. 9
    • The Declaration as the Framework for Reconciliation in Canada

    • Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC): Calls to Action

  10. 10
    • Impacts on Extractive Development

    • Impact on Policy Development

    • Impacts on Program Development

  11. 11
    • Implementation Tips with Cheryl Casmier

    • Initial Thoughts on Implementation During Consultation

    • Additional Thoughts on Implementation

    • Exercise: Implementing the UN Declaration

    • Discussion, Questions & Answers

  12. 12
    • Case Study: BCUC

    • Case Study: City of Courtenay, B.C.

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

    • An International Perspective - read the executive summary

    • Case Studies: Bolivia, the first country to implement UNDRIP

    • UNDRIP Implementation: Comparative Approaches, Indigenous Voices from CANZUS

    • In case you missed it. Federal Government Introduces UNDRIP Legislation

  13. 13
    • You're almost done!

    • Tell us what you think...

    • Thank You!