Questions of land rights are at the root of most current conflicts between indigenous peoples and the wider state. Competing conceptions of the land and authority over the land intersect with conflicts around resource extraction, the terms of consultation and consent, and the political status of indigenous peoples. Without resolving the conflicts around land in a fair and collaborative manner, real reconciliation will be difficult to achieve.
This podcast presents a series of six live panel presentations delivered at the Indigenous Land Rights and Reconciliation workshop at Queen’s...
“Interacting with the State” panels emphasize different legal regimes which
currently define relationships between indigenous people’s and the state. Our
final episode of the series features discussions on the duty to Consult, Metis
land claims, and legal definitions of territory and...
episode features a rich discussion of the movements toward
reconciliation which will be necessary in order to fruitfully navigate these
ongoing tensions around land and land rights.
* Esme Murdock (San Diego State
University) “Speaking Land, Speaking Ourselves”*...