48 minutes | May 13, 2021

Conversations on Calls to Action 43, 44, 45, 46 and 92 - UNDRIP as a reconciliation framework

President Brad Regehr discusses the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples with Aimée Craft and Brenda Gunn.Aimée Craft is Anishinaabe-Métis, an associate professor in the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, and has been voted one of the top 25 influential lawyers in Canada. She’s an expert in Canadian Aboriginal law and an internationally recognized expert in the areas of Indigenous laws, treaties and water.Brenda Gunn is Métis, and is an associate professor at the University of Manitoba’s Robson Hall Faculty of Law. She completed her LL.M in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy at the University of Arizona. She developed a handbook on implementing UNDRIP that is becoming one of the main resources in Canada on the declaration.Click here to register to The Path - Your Journey Through Indigenous CanadaAimée participated in a previous episode on our French channel Juriste branché about the final report Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. To contact us (please include in the subject line ''Podcast''): podcasts@cba.orgPlease subscribe, rate and review our podcast if you are enjoying it on Apple Podcasts.
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