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Prof/ Lorena Sekwun Fontaine publishes in a Special Report

Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance


, Risa Schwartz, Senior Research Fellow, International Law Research Program and Oonagh Fitzgerald, Director of the International Law Research Program and in the front  two other authors Brenda Gunn (left) and John Borrows (U. Victoria).

Back row, Lorena Sekwun Fontaine, Risa Schwartz, Senior Research Fellow, International Law Research Program and Oonagh Fitzgerald, Director of the International Law Research Program. Front row the two other authors Brenda Gunn (left) and John Borrows (U. Victoria).

UNDRIP Implementation: Braiding International, Domestic and Indigenous Laws

Our Language are Sacred: Indigenous Language Rights in Canada- MAIG Faculty member Prof/ Lorena Sekwun Fontaine publishes in a Special Report on “UNDRIP Implementation : Braiding International, Domestic and Indigenous Laws” recently published by Center for International Governance Innovation.

The full report is available free and open access from:

https://www.cigionline.org/publications/undrip-implementation-braiding-international-domestic-and-indigenous-laws