2019 Conference Agenda and Program

2019 Conference Video – Panels 1 through 5

IMPLEMENTING THE UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN THE UNITED STATES
MARCH 15-16, 2019

Panel 1 Current Challenges in Federal Indian Law & the Promise of the Declaration

(James Anaya, John Echohawk, Heather Whiteman Runs Him, Walter Echo-Hawk, Dalee Sambo-Dorough, Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Nathaniel Brown)

Panel 2 The Role of the Declaration in U.S. Advocacy and Law Reform: Case Study on Religious Freedoms

(James Anaya, Kristen Carpenter, Greg Johnson, and Steve Moore)

Panel 3: Comparative Perspectives: Implementing the Declaration in Russia, Belize, Brazil, and Japan

(Alexey Tsykarev, Cristina Coc, Erika Yamada, and Kunihiko Yoshida)

Panel 4: Self Determination and Human Rights in the United States

(Greg Bigler, Heather Whiteman Runs Him, Angela Riley, and Wenona Singel)

Panel 5: The UN International Year of Indigenous Languages (and Beyond!)

(Andrew Cowell, Clint Carroll, Barbara Duncan, and John Standingdeer)

2019 Conference Report

The Conference Report from the Project’s March 2019 gathering, is now available in the CU Law Review in February 2020 (Volume 91, Issue 2).

2019 CONFERENCE: Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the United States