Engagement and resource kit


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Want to learn more about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (the Declaration) or the Act that guides its implementation at the federal level in Canada?

Participating in or hosting an engagement session?

Looking to provide feedback on action plan priorities or ways to ensure that federal laws are consistent with the Declaration?

We invite you to explore the following resources and links to help inform your input on priorities for the implementation of the Declaration.

You are encouraged to use these resources at engagement sessions to guide discussions about priorities to help shape the action plan.

Presentation modules

The following presentation modules have been created using content available on our website and presented in a downloadable format. Each module can be used on its own, or combined with other modules to create a custom presentation or discussion aid. You can download all the presentation slides or click on the individual modules you want to download:

Download all presentation slides (zip 981 KB)


About the Declaration

About the Act

Additional external resources

International organizations, advocacy and other groups have developed a variety of materials relating to the Declaration. Here are a few external resources for more about the Declaration and implementing it in Canada:

United Nations

Additional Resources

If you would like to submit a link to a resource to be considered for this webpage please contact Declaration@justice.gc.ca.