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Comparing Rights

How does the United Nations protect human rights? Systems of government vary in their respect for human rights and freedoms.
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BC Legal Websites

Law Lessons lists a range of BC Legal Websites.
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Treaties in British Columbia

How fair has BC’s treaty process been? Natural resources continue to shape the economy and identity of different regions of Canada.
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First Peoples Governance

What are the benefits and challenges of a nation having two forms of leadership? Increasingly complex societies require new systems of laws and government.
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Treaties and Land Claims

How has the Canadian government’s relationship with First Peoples regarding treaties changed or stayed the same?
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The Haudenosaunee People and Confederacy

How did a democratic self-government unite diverse nations in the Haudenosaunee Confederacy? People from diverse cultures and societies share common experiences and aspects of life.
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Parenting Coordinators

A parenting co-ordinator helps parents carry out their parenting agreement or order. A parenting co-ordinator does not create or change parenting arrangements. They help parents resolve disagreements about how parenting ...
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Human Rights 101: Learner Kit

The learner kit is a teaching resource for your students or children. It contains activities and resources for educators and learners about human rights in BC.
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Treaty of the Great Peace of Montreal

How did the Treaty of the Great Peace of Montreal address collective identity and collective rights?
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Archaeology and the Law

How should we resolve competing claims of ownership over artifacts and cultural sites? Religious and cultural practices that emerged during this period have endured and continue to influence people.
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