Catalogue

COVID-19: Updates on library services and operations.

Braiding legal orders : implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples /
John Borrows, Larry Chartrand, Oonagh E. Fitzgerald and Risa Schwartz, editors.
imprint
Waterloo, Ontario : Centre for International Governance Innovation, [2019]
description
xvi, 236 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN
1928096808, 1928096816, 9781928096801, 9781928096818, 9781928096825, 9781928096832
format(s)
Book
Holdings
More Details
imprint
Waterloo, Ontario : Centre for International Governance Innovation, [2019]
isbn
1928096808
1928096816
9781928096801
9781928096818
9781928096825
9781928096832
contents note
The art of braiding Indigenous peoples' inherent human rights into the law of nation-states / James (Sa'ke'j) Youngblood Henderson -- Using legislation to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / Sheryl Lightfoot -- Revitalizing Canada's Indigenous constitution : two challenges / John Borrows -- "We have never been domestic" : state legitimacy and the Indigenous question / Joshua Nichols -- Indigenous legal orders, Canadian law and UNDRIP / Gordon Christie -- Bringing a gendered lens to implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples / Brenda L. Gunn -- Braiding the incommensurable : Indigenous legal traditions and the duty to consult / Sarah Morales -- Mapping the meaning of reconciliation in Canada : implications for Métis-Canada Memoranda of Understanding on Reconciliation Negotiations / Larry Chartrand -- Our languages are sacred : Indigenous language rights in Canada / Lorena Sekwan Fontaine -- Navigating our ongoing sacred legal relationship with nibi (water) / Aimée Craft -- Rebuilding relationships and nations : a Mi'kmaw perspective of the path to reconciliation / Cheryl Knockwood -- Canary in a coal mine : Indigenous women and extractive industries in Canada / Sarah Morales -- Beyond Van der Peet : bringing together international, Indigenous and constitutional law / Brenda L. Gunn -- UNDRIP and the move to the nation-to-nation relationship / Joshua Nichols --Options for implementing UNDRIP without creating another empty box / Jeffery G. Hewitt -- Asserted vs. established rights and the promise of UNDRIP / Robert Hamilton -- Articles 27 and 46(2) : UNDRIP signposts pointing beyond the justifiable-infringement morass of Section 35 / Ryan Beaton -- Strategizing UNDRIP implementation : some fundamentals / Kerry Wilkins -- UNDRIP implementation, intercultural learning and substantive engagement with Indigenous legal orders / Hannah Askew -- Implementation of UNDRIP within Canadian and Indigenous law : assessing challenges / Gordon Christie -- Conflicts or complementarity with domestic systems? UNDRIP, Aboriginal law and the future of international norms in Canada / Joshua Nichols and Robert Hamilton -- UNDRIP as a catalyst for Aboriginal and treaty rights implementation and reconciliation / Cheryl Knockwood -- The necessity of exploring inherent dignity in Indigenous knowledge systems / James (Sa'ke'j) Youngblood Henderson.
local note
This title is part of the Indigenous Perspectives Collection at the Bora Laskin Law Library.
abstract
"Implementation in Canada of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is a pivotal opportunity to explore the relationship between international law, Indigenous peoples own laws and Canadas constitutional narratives. Two significant statements by the current Liberal government--the May 2016 address by Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett to the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at the United Nations and the September 2017 address to the United Nations by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau--have endorsed UNDRIP and committed Canada to implementing it as a way forward on the path to genuine nation-to-nation relationships with Indigenous peoples. In response, these essays engage with the legal, historical, political and practical aspects of UNDRIP implementation. Written by Indigenous legal scholars and policy leaders, and guided by the metaphor of braiding international, domestic and Indigenous laws into a strong, unified whole composed of distinct parts, the book makes visible the possibilities for reconciliation from different angles and under different lenses."
catalogue key
11960493
 
Includes bibliographical references.
Issued also in electronic format.

  link to old catalogue

Report a problem