Canada Has an Obligation to Promote Rights of Indigenous Peoples in NAFTA
- Konstantia Koutouki
CIGI’s International Law Research Program has developed a new stream of research that explores international law’s relationship to Indigenous peoples’ own laws. This research stream will pursue international law research led by Indigenous legal experts and in collaborative partnerships in order to contribute to improved, innovative governance of nation-to-nation relationships, within Canada and globally.
Image: Indian World My Home and Native Land, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, 2012, 304 x 213 cm, acrylic on canvas (Courtesy of the artist and Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, photo credit: Barb Choit)
The Intellectual Property and the Governance of Traditional Knowledge, Genetic Resources and Traditional Cultural Expressions: Fostering Innovation and Improving Lives project seeks to establish a leading research hub at CIGI offering policy analysis, technical assistance, capacity build