The Federalism Library

Topic: Indigenous Peoples

(12 results)

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: SELF-GOVERNMENT AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

Publication Year: 1999 | Posted: March 7, 2016

DOES FEDERALISM SAFEGUARD INDIGENOUS RIGHTS?

Publication Year: 1999 | Posted: March 7, 2016

The Nisga’a Treaty and the Diversity of Canadian Federalism

Publication Year: 1999 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Canadian Democracy and Federalism: A Deeply Flawed Reality

Publication Year: 1999 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Mexican Federalism and Indigenous Peoples

Publication Year: 2002 | Posted: March 7, 2016


Report on the Indigenous Governments’ Fiscal Systems Conference

Publication Year: 2002 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Viewpoint: Land for the dispossessed – A tale of two federations

Publication Year: 2004 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Indian federalism and tribal self-rule

Publication Year: 2003 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Two new initiatives for reforming aboriginal governance in Canada

Publication Year: 2001 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Canada’s native peoples fight for self-government on many fronts

Publication Year: 2000 | Posted: March 7, 2016

Access to Property Rights

Document Type: Publication | Posted: February 23, 2016