The Coalition for the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples is a non-partisan group of Indigenous Peoples' and human rights organizations. We seek the full implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
Joint Open Letter to all Senators regarding Bill C-262 and how implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is crucial to Canada’s commitments to reconciliation
Free, Prior and Informed Consent answers common questions you might have about FPIC
Media Release: Coalition welcomes House of Commons commitment to implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Joint Open Letter on how Bill C-262 provides a principled framework for implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Joint Statement on Indigenous Peoples’ lands, territories, and resources. (UNPFII 2018)
"The Declaration is a visionary step towards addressing the human rights of Indigenous Peoples. It sets out a framework on which States can build or rebuild their relationships with Indigenous Peoples...[I]t provides a momentous opportunity for States and Indigenous Peoples to strengthen their relationships, promote reconciliation and ensure that the past is not repeated."
-- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, International Day of World's Indigenous People, 9 August 2008
Find out more about the Coalition on the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples and our work in Canada.