Resources from the Implementation Project
In 2020, the Implementation Project published its Tribal Implementation Toolkit, in partnership with UCLA School of Law. This Toolkit is intended to assist tribal leaders, lawyers, and advocates in implementing the UN-Declaration.
In addition to the digital version, which features artwork by Joni Sarah White, we also offer a text-only version more suitable for screen readers or other accessibility aids.
The Project’s first publication was the 2019 Conference Report on Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. This report grew out of the March 2019 conference where the Implementation Project was launched (see the conference agenda and program).
Below are links to resources for tribes, federal and state employees, as well as non-governmental organizations that are promoting the rights of indigenous peoples.
Resources by Topic:
- Business & Human Rights
- Climate & Environment
- Cultural Rights
- Free, Prior, & Informed Consent
- Indian Child Welfare
- Language Rights
- Religious Freedoms
- Technology, Media, & Communications
Resources by Jurisdiction:
- The University of Colorado Scott Lecture 2015: Indigenous Peoples and Jurisgenerative Moment in Human Rights, Professor Kristen A. Carpenter
- Intellectual Property Webinars
Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: Preparing for COP26 Webinar Recording
Please check this page periodically. We will add links to future publications as they become available.