WHAT IS THE UN DECLARATION?

Rights and respect for Indigenous peoples

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is an international set of standards to protect the rights of Indigenous peoples. It outlines rights in all areas of life – like human rights, education, and health. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission called for the UN Declaration to be used as a framework for moving toward true and lasting reconciliation.


Check this link for a useful fact sheet from the Government of British Columbia.


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