29 results for 'Wetsuweten'

Earth Month: Take action in April and beyond

Around the world, Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, a day to show support for protection of our beautiful blue planet and all life on it. Amid the urgency of the climate crisis, it’s clear that action is needed every day to protect the environment on which our shared future depends. It’s a...
Canada

CANADA: Indigenous Land Defenders At Risk

DOWNLOAD A PDF OF UA 61/22 UPDATE 1 BELOW Wet’suwet’en land defenders in Canada are at risk of serious human rights violations as the construction of a pipeline is slated to begin in late August 2022. Hereditary chiefs oppose the liquified natural gas pipeline and have not given their consent...

Queer/Muslim/Canadian

Momin Rahman (he/him) is a Professor of Sociology at Trent University. His current research is on the conflicts between LGBTQ2S identities and Muslim cultures, and the experiences of LGBTQ2S Muslims, including a funded research project on LGBTQ Muslims in Canada. He has presented this work at...

Epimotew Tastawayik Niso Askiya – Walking in Two Worlds

Rachel Wuttunee is Anishinaabekwe from Kitchenuhmaykoosib in Northwestern Ontario and is from the Bear Clan. Rachel has been an Indigenous and human rights activist for 20 years and holds a Master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of British Columbia where she...