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Virtual consultation with the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples on Tourism and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples will hold a virtual consultation to inform his annual report to the United Nations General Assembly on Tourism and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Special Rapporteur wishes to receive inputs by way of response to the questions that
Call for inputs: Green financing, a just transition to protect Indigenous Peoples’ rights
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples requests inputs from Member States and inter-governmental entities, UN agencies, Indigenous Peoples and organizations, particularly Indigenous women’s organizations, civil society actors, humanitarian and development organ
American Indian Youth Wellness Camp is Hiring a Research Assistant!
The UArizona Family & Community Medicine's American Indian Youth Wellness Initiative is hiring a Research Assistant responsible for contributing to day-to-day research activities and contributing to research progress and evaluation, providing critical project updates to the study team.
Professor Whiteman Runs Him Weighs in on Established Water Rights Doctrine
University of Arizona Law Associate Clinical Professor and Tribal Justice Clinic Director Heather Whiteman Runs Him joined a coalition of Indian law professors and lawyers from the Native American Rights Fund to file an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Arizona v.
Announcing the Haury Program Spring 2023 Native Pathway Awards supporting Graduate Research
The Haury Program invites applications for our Spring 2023 Native Pathway Awards, supporting UArizona graduate student research in the areas of tribal water sustainability and Native American and Indigenous resilience.
Call for Inputs: Report to the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly - Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The Special Rapporteur wishes to receive inputs by way of response to the questions including recent case studies and specific examples of best practices led by Indigenous Peoples as well as initiatives taken by States and international organizations, that will inform his report to be presented a
January in Tucson 2023 Brings Together Global Cohort for Intensive Indigenous Governance Education
Every January, the University of Arizona College of Law's Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program and the Native Nations Institute come together to offer the January in Tucson (JIT) intensive education session.
Leading Indigenous Rights Attorney Gabe Galanda Awarded University of Arizona Alumni of the Year Award
Galanda, an alumnus of University of Arizona Law’s Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program, has done just that. Over the span of his two-decade-long career he has worked as a legal advocate for Indigenous peoples, generously supported IPLP students, and mentored young Native lawyers.
UArizona researcher will showcase Native American sign language in Super Bowl performance
Colin Denny, a research assistant in the College of Education, will perform a sign language interpretation of the song "America the Beautiful" during the Super Bowl 2023 pregame show on Sunday.