Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous peoples, also referred to as First people, Aboriginal people, Native people, or autochthonous people, are ethnic groups who are native to a particular place. Indigenous first emerged as a way for Europeans to differentiate enslaved black people from the indigenous peoples of the Americas, being first used in its modern context in 1646 by Sir Thomas Browne, who stated "Although... there bee... swarms of Negroes serving the Spaniard, yet they were all transported from Africa... and are not indigenous or proper natives of America."Peoples are usually described as Indigenous when they maintain traditions or other aspects of an early …



NSP: New Society Publishers · 11 June 2024 English

Leadership for the Great Transition—a changemaker’s toolkit for cultivating personal and community resilience The Regeneration Handbook offers an abundance of insights, stories, tools, practices, and resources for experienced and aspiring …

expansion based on the subjugation of nature and Indigenous peoples has continued ever since, what we think of

MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 7 June 2024 English

Before contact with white people, the Indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast traded amongst themselves and with other Indigenous groups farther inland, but by the end of the 1780s, when Russian coasters

Northern Studies series publishes books about Indigenous peoples in all parts of the northern world. It includes Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, of the contemporary issues that Indigenous peoples face as a result a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous Peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg and Anishinaabek. We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous Peoples whose footsteps have marked these territories

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 6 June 2024 English

Feministing in Political Science examines what is at stake in contesting the boundaries of the contemporary university. This critique of mainstream Canadian political science pushes beyond typical studies of institutions …

sciences perpetuate colo- nial practices, making Indigenous Peoples objects of study. Nicole Bernhardt and Laura

MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 4 June 2024 English

Voting Online investigates the effects of cyber elections by looking at how adoption of online voting affects attitudes towards democracy, who uses and who benefits from the voting mode, the …

as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous Peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg Anishinaabek. We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous Peoples whose footsteps have marked these territories

UAP: University of Alberta Press · 3 June 2024 English

Arts graduate education is uniquely positioned to deliver many of the public good needs of contemporary Canada. For the Public Good argues, however, that graduate programs must fundamentally change if …

“there is a long and bumbled history of non-Indigenous peoples making moves to alleviate the impacts of at the Canadian state’s efforts to erase Indigenous Peoples through forced assimilation in residential liberal state…and the willingness of non-Indigenous peoples to step aside and to be open to transformative

IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 30 May 2024 English

Insights on how private capital can finance natural infrastructure to meet our water needs, including an assessment of applicability of the finance instruments to the Canadian Prairies region.

report. Indigenous Lands and Cultures The Indigenous Peoples of the Prairie region are rightsholders with United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (United Nations, 2007). iv Financing conservation groups, farmers, homeowners, and Indigenous Peoples and communities. Different stakeholders and

Canadian Council for International Cooperation · 29 May 2024 English

Given the rise of the Indo-Pacific region, and the profound impacts of the region on the lives of all Canadians, the Government of Canada recognized the need for a comprehensive, …

important groups, including those representing Indigenous Peoples and diaspora groups, were not part of this going oppression and colonization of all Indigenous Peoples, cultures, and lands in what we now know globally depends on reconciliation with all Indigenous peoples, includ- ing the First Nations, Métis, and

IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 28 May 2024 English

The Advancing Natural Infrastructure Forum 2024 was held in Calgary, Alberta on February 21–22, 2024. This report is a summary and record from the event, which was co-hosted by the …

the history and significance of water to Indigenous Peoples through the symbolism of the beaver bundle United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples • promote acknowledgement of natural infrastructure

AUP: Athabasca University Press · 28 May 2024 English

Reckoning with the experiences of refugees can inform epistemological and practical approaches to humanizing migrant populations before, during, and after their resettlement. Contributors explore what it means to experience dehumanization, …

expro- priation of land and dispossession of Indigenous peoples (Abu- Laban 2020). Migration is also a local continued history of settler colonialism of Indigenous peoples and racism— and globally, we believe that as settler colonies and dispossession of Indigenous peoples, their historic- ally racially exclusionary pertinent in a settler colony like Canada where Indigenous peoples and other racialized minorities have experienced from the colonial project at the expense of Indigenous peoples. Chapter 11 argues most state apologies are

IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 24 May 2024 English

Detailing an eventful year that saw the IGF Secretariat deliver several new publications, workshops, and events for its growing membership.

the free, prior, and informed consent of Indigenous Peoples in British Columbia, Canada, and participatory

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