Indigenous @ UFV

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Be part of the change

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action repeat over and over the need for all of us to know and understand the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP). Do you? 

Fact:  It took nearly 10 years for Canada, the final official objector, to sign on to the UNDRIP – but on May 10, 2016 Canada adopted the UNDRIP.

What does this mean?  To me? To you? To students at UFV?  

 

Take the 30-minute challenge by Ry Moran

Read the 46 articles of the UNDRIP and take the quiz.

 

 

For additional learning resources and more information about the Understanding UNDRIP challenge created by Ry Moran, visit Indian Horse #Next150 challenge.

 

Winners of the UNDRIP challenge

1st prize: $200 — Kseniya Garaschuk
2nd prize: $150 — Jag Deol
3rd prize: $100 — Liana Thompson
4th prize: $50 — Michael Levesque 

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