Co-operatively Resolving Conflicts Through the Application of UNDRIP
Co-operatively Resolving Conflicts Through the Application of UNDRIP

Co-operatively Resolving Conflicts Through the Application of UNDRIP
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March 2020
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Creators
University of British Columbia. Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre
Description
This paper addresses challenges in co-operative approaches to addressing conflicts in government, and explains the way DRIPA helps advance these approaches. It also discusses the shift to a focus on the recognition and implementation of Indigenous rights, and the emphasis is being placed on moving away from adversarial forums and modes of engagement to new, principled, modes of co-operation. 

The series was drafted by Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, Aki-kwe, in collaboration with Indigenous leaders and experts in this area.
Language
English

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Alternate Title(s)
Article four
Notes
Series title: Implementing UNDRIP in BC: A Discussion Paper Series.
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