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Terry Mitchell
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  • Waterloo, Ontario
  • Canada
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  • Jasmin Goxi Facilitator
  • Tiffany Challe
  • sampebgo souleymane
  • Jackson Smith
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INDIGENOUS CONSULTATION

The group's mandate is to share knowledge and best practice on consultation and FPIC re: proposed extractive industry on Indigenous territories in Canada and South America.See More
Nov 6
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INDIGENOUS CONSULTATION

The group's mandate is to share knowledge and best practice on consultation and FPIC re: proposed extractive industry on Indigenous territories in Canada and South America.See More
Nov 1
Terry Mitchell and Tiffany Challe are now friends
Oct 30
Jasmin Goxi Facilitator left a comment for Terry Mitchell
"Hi Terry, I am UNDP's Communications Facilitator at Goxi. I would be really interested in  featuring your blog about indigenous rights at one of our events. Do you have an email address so that I can contact you? Thank you in advance! "
Oct 28
Terry Mitchell posted a discussion

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Oct 19
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October 19, 2017 from 6pm to 7pm
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Oct 19
Pedro Poblete Lasserre favorited Terry Mitchell's blog post Exercising Indigenous Rights Increases Risks of Criminalization, Violence and Death
Oct 19
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Exercising Indigenous Rights Increases Risks of Criminalization, Violence and Death

 There is much to celebrate since the 2007 signing of the Declaration of the rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)1. The internationalization of Indigenous rights has certainly not been without consequence. The signing of the Declaration, the development of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights2, and an increasing corporate attention to the issues and practice of Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) have confirmed the minimum standards of consultation and consent for proposed…See More
Oct 17

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Wilfrid Laurier University
Type of Organisation
Academia
Job Title
Associate Professor
About My Work
Indigenous rights and resource governance
Areas of interest
csr, human rights
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Terry Mitchell's Blog

Exercising Indigenous Rights Increases Risks of Criminalization, Violence and Death

Posted on October 17, 2017 at 19:25 0 Comments

 There is much to celebrate since the 2007 signing of the Declaration of the rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)1. The internationalization of Indigenous rights has certainly not been without consequence. The signing of the Declaration, the development of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights2, and an increasing corporate attention to the issues and practice of Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) have confirmed the minimum standards of…

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At 17:42 on October 28, 2017, Jasmin Goxi Facilitator said…

Hi Terry,

I am UNDP's Communications Facilitator at Goxi. I would be really interested in  featuring your blog about indigenous rights at one of our events. Do you have an email address so that I can contact you? Thank you in advance! 

 
 
 

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