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The United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP) Survey

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP) Act came into effect on June 21st, 2021. The Act, establishes a universal framework of minimum standards for the survival, dignity and well-being of Indigenous peoples of the world regarding human rights and fundamental freedoms. UNDRIP has 46 statements or articles that recognize Indigenous rights to cultural and ceremonial expression, identity, language, employment, health, education, and others. UNDRIP also includes rights to maintain and strengthen our own Indigenous institutions, cultures and traditions, and to pursue development in keeping with our needs and aspirations.
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP) recognizes inherent and treaty rights of our First Nations and will drive a path forward towards transformative change in regards to greater equality and addressing all forms of racism and discrimination in Canada.
Anishinabek Nation will be gathering all feedback on what Anishinabek First Nations would like to see in Canada’s 10 year action plan and what changes are needed within federal legislations over the next 10 years. A report will be submitted to the federal government outlining feedback and identifying priorities of needed federal legislative change_. We encourage First Nation leadership, staff and community members to assist in embarking on changing Indigenous history and paving a way forward towards improving the road ahead for our future generations. 

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* 1. Consent

Anishinabek Nation is committed to abiding in OCAP principles (ownership, control, access and possession) when collecting, using, and relating any information that we collect from you during the engagement sessions on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People Act. The purpose of collecting information is to provide the federal government with report that will drive a 10 year plan on the federal legislative changes that First Nations want to be completed. Your participation is voluntary.

 

Do you consent to providing feedback?

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* 2. What First Nation do you belong to?

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* 3. Please rank Dodemaang Clans issues according to priority.

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Waabizheshii - Marten Dodemaag (Clan) represents Lands and Resources, Mining, Economic Development, Agriculture and Housing
Waawaashkesh - Deer Dodemaag (Clan) represents Social Development, Child Well-Being, Child Welfare and other social issues
Migizii - Eagle Dodemaag (Clan) represents Education, Culture and Language, and other issues
Ajijaak - Crane Dodemaag (Clan) represents Family Relations, Matrimonial Real Property (MRP), Youth and other issues
Shikenh - Turtle Dodemaag (Clan) represents Justice, Traditional Governance, Restorative Justice, Criminal Law,, Civil Law and other justice issues
Maang - Loon Dodemaag (Clan) represents Equality and Discrimination, Wills and Estates, Employment and Labour, Human Rights
Mukwaa - Bear Dodemaag (Clan) represents Health, Policing, Military, and other issues

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* 4. The Waabizheshii - Marten dodemaag  include issues around Land and Resources, Economic Development, Mining, Agriculture and Housing.

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Land and Resources
Economic development
Mining 
Agriculture
Housing

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* 5. The Waawaashkesh - Deer dodemaag discuses issues that include Social Development, Child-well Being, Child Welfare and other social matters. 

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Social development
Child well being
Child welfare

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* 6. The Migizii - Eagle dodemaag discuses issues that include Education, Culture and Language, Traditional Ceremonies and other issues. 

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Education 
Culture and Language
Traditional Ceremonies

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* 7. The Ajijaak - Crane dodemaag discuses issues that include Family Relations, Matrimonial Real Property (MRP), Youth and other  

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Family Relations
Matrimonial Real Property (MRP)
Youth

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* 8. The Shikenh - Turtle dodemaag discuses issues that include Justice,  Restorative Justice, Traditional Governance, Civil Law, Criminal Law and other justice matters. 

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Justice
Criminal Law
Traditional Governance
Restorative Justice
Civil Law

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* 9. The Maang - Loon dodemaag discuses issues that include Equality and Discrimination, Wills and Estates, Employment and Labour, Human Rights and other related matters. 

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Equality and Discrimination
Wills and Estates
Employment and Labour
Human Rights 

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* 10. The Mukwaa - Bear dodemaag discuses issues that include Health, Policing, Military and other issues.

What issue in your opinion needs the most attention to start federal legislative changes?

  Lowest priority Highest priority
Health
Policing
Military

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* 11. What kind of processes and/or developments what you like to see over the next 10 years to make federal legislative reflective of UNDRIP?

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* 12. Would you like to offer any other opinions, feedback or bring forth other issues/matters that related to UNDRIP and changes to federal legislations?

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