The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Indigenous Peoples in Canada
This primer will present a Health’s (2018) report, The United Nations’ Sustainable number of the SDGs of relevance to Indigenous peoples Development Goals and Indigenous Peoples in Canada, and discuss the limitations and/or opportunities for assessing the current state of progress on SDG targets achieving these goals. [...] While all 17 of the goals are 3) equality and social inclusiveness; and relevant to the health of Indigenous peoples, there are 4) the environment. [...] Historic and from accidents, and the abuse of substances such as ongoing colonialism are considered to be the root of alcohol, narcotic drugs and tobacco. [...] Socio-economic marginalization relegates certain Limitations of the SDG 3 to meet the promotion of health and groups of people to positions of disadvantage within well-being of Indigenous peoples in Canada mainstream society, both socially and economically. [...] The environment Limitations to SDG 5 for Indigenous women and girls SDG 6 addresses the availability and sustainable ∙ No national indicator related to pay equity for management of water and sanitation for all.