Circumpolar Inuit Protocols for Equitable and Ethical Engagement.
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Inuit Circumpolar Council
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The Circumpolar Inuit Protocols for Equitable and Ethical Engagement was developed through two primary processes: 1. An ICC-developed synthesis1 report of Inuit-produced materials and voices that address existing rules, laws, values, guidelines and protocols for the engagement of Inuit communities and Indigenous Knowledge, and 2. A series of workshops convening Inuit Delegates that captured Inuit knowledge, perspectives, needs, priorities and guidance on future engagement processes.2 Additionally, this work has been informed through decades of Inuit input to governments, international fora, negotiations, and ICC-led workshops, meetings, discussions, conferences, and projects occurring across communities, regionally, nationally and internationally. Our people from across Inuit Nunaat have reviewed the protocols. They have been agreed upon by the ICC Executive Council and formally approved. The world community is increasingly responsive to and respectful of the rights of Ind.....
PublisherInuit Circumpolar Council
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.7
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationInuit Circumpolar Council (2022) Circumpolar Inuit Protocols for Equitable and Ethical Engagement. Ottawa, Canada, nuit Circumpolar Council, 35pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1874