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The art of failing well

The art of failing well

When the federal government launched its long-promised inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women last week , many wondered whether it would lead to action, or if that action would go far enough. But regardless of the outcome, the very fact ... IPolitics, 2 weeks ago

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Gbagyi Observe International Day For Indigenous People In Abuja

Senator representing The Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Sen. Philip Aduda (L), acknowledging the cultural group of a Coalition Of FCT Indigenous Association who were greeting him during the celebration of the International Day For Indigenous ... weeks ago World's Indigenous Peoples Day observed in Manipur  Nagaland Post2 weeks ago Indigenous Peoples should establish and control their educational systems and institutions UN experts  PressReleasePoint2 weeks ago Koko: Federalism benefits indigenous people  Senate of the Philippines3 weeks ago

RCMP respond to FSIN statement on fatally shot Indigenous man

RCMP in Saskatchewan are responding to concerns raised by the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations relating to the shooting death of an Indigenous man. The shooting death of a Colten Boushie, 22, on a farm Tuesday has generated concerns about ...
 CBC2 weeks ago RCMP respоnd tо FSIN remark оn fatallу shоt Indigenоus guу  NewspaperPost2 weeks ago Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations welcomes MMIW inquiry  CBC3 weeks ago

Sask. chiefs accuse RCMP of fuelling racial tensions in wake of deadly shooting

FSIN says initial media release issued by Mounties showed bias against shooting victim The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations says the way RCMP initially described the shooting death of an unarmed Indigenous man is fuelling racial tensions ...
 CBC2 weeks ago 'He was shooting to kill'; Slain First Nations man was looking for help with flat tire, says family  Canoe Money2 weeks ago Slain man was looking for help with flat tire, says family  Canoe Money2 weeks ago Shooting of First Nations man exposes tensions in Saskatchewan  Macleans Online2 weeks ago

Senator Murray Sinclair calls for federal bureaucracy to 'shift its thinking' to respect Indigenous rights

Co-chair of Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Montreal to accept Canada World Peace Award Senator Murray Sinclair, the retired Manitoba justice who co-chaired Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, is in Montreal to accept the Canada ...
 CBC2 weeks ago Senatоr Murraу Sinclair calls fоr federal bureaucracу tо shift its cоnsidering tо recоgnize Indigenоus rights  NewspaperPost2 weeks ago

Call for better support of Indigenous children in Government's child care funding overhaul

Former Australian of the Year Professor Fiona Stanley has urged the Federal Government to change its proposed child care package to better support Indigenous children. The University of Western Australia academic is worried the decision to move ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago

Indigenous group wins right to trade over Borroloola

The Federal Court has handed down a determination giving Indigenous people the right to trade over the township of Borroloola in a first for the Northern Territory. Key points: NT Government and Commonwealth fought first right to trade decision ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Indigenous Fishing Rights  The Fish Site2 weeks ago

Assembly of First Nations Stands with Families as Federal Government Announces Long-Awaited National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

OTTAWA , Aug. 3, 2016 /CNW/ -After decades of hard fought activism by families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, the Assembly of First Nations (AFN), grassroots activists and domestic and international advocacy groups, the ...
 Canada NewsWire3 weeks ago

Nnamdi Kanu to FG: Im ready for negotiation

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has said he was willing to enter into negotiation with the Federal Government to secure his release. Kanu said this on Friday, adding that the negotiation could see to the end of the ... weeks ago MEND dares Nnamdi Kanu to publicly denounce Biafra  YNaija.com2 weeks ago MEND says Nnamdi Kanu has renounced Biafra in secret  Naija247News2 weeks ago Nnamdi Kanu: Our leader will not negotiate with FG, IPOB says  Pulse.ng2 weeks ago

IPOB jubilates in Onitsha as FG releases detained members

By Nwabueze Okonkwo ONITSHA Fresh hope, Thursday rose for members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB as the federal government of Nigeria, through the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice released all their members who were arrested by ...
 Vanguard2 weeks ago All Progressives Grand Alliance lauds Federal Government over release of detained IPOB members  Reporters3652 weeks ago See The Way IPOB Members Celebrated After FG Released Them From Prison (Photos)  Uncova2 weeks ago IPOB Members Released By FG [FULL LIST]  Nigerian Bulletin2 weeks ago
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