2020 World Indigenous Peoples Day Interview with Walter Echo-Hawk

Since 1995, the United Nations has designated August 9th as the annual International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. The day marks an occasion to celebrate, raise awareness about, and help to protect and promote the rights of indigenous peoples

Policing and Human Rights – Native American Rights Fund and University of Colorado Law School Project Condemn Killings and Call for Law Reform to Address Police Brutality and Racism

Policing and Human Rights – Native American Rights Fund and University of Colorado Law School Project Condemn Killings and Call for Law Reform to Address Police Brutality and Racism

June 3, 2020 In response to recent incidents of police brutality and racism in the United States, the Project to Implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples expresses its solidarity with African Americans and other people of

EMRIP Study on Indigenous Languages

EMRIP Study on Indigenous Languages

This study outlines international and regional standards on indigenous peoples’ rights to language and culture, describes the relationship between indigenous cultures and languages to their self-determination and rights to their lands, territories and resources and analyses indigenous peoples’ languages and

Tribal Technology Assessment: The State of Internet Service on Tribal Lands

Access to high-speed Internet service has become an essential component to the nation’s economy, education, and healthcare. However, federal data continues to show tribal lands are the least connected areas of the country. AIPI launched a survey to collect information