In Canada, treaties, whether between the French and English or Indigenous peoples and settlers, were the legal means recognized by colonial law through which settlers’ territorially acquired land. Indeed, the Royal Proclamation of 1763, itself an agreement between the British and the French, necessitated the use of treaties for the British Crown to acquire Indigenous […]
1.0 INTRODUCTION The arrival of colonialists in Africa in the late 1800s and early 1900s ushered in new and devastating governance and economic systems that were not in tandem with the indigenous equivalents. This, from the advent of colonialism to date, has made the 100-year colonial history one that is characterized with the infringement of […]
For the first time in nearly a century, Sinn Fein is winning big in elections throughout Ireland. Perhaps because, unlike the other political parties in Ireland, Sinn Fein represents the soul of the Irish people. After all, its roots are in the war of independence, which was the culmination of 700 years of resistance by […]
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Twenty-two contributors share their experiences with Indigenous resurgence in "everyday" settings - those often unseen, unacknowledged actions that promote community health and well-being. Brought to you by the faculty and students of Indigenous Governance (IGOV) at the University of Victoria and the Indigenous Politics Program (UHIP) at the University of Hawai'i, Manoa.
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