First Nations’ Rights: The Gap Between Law and Practice: A Series of Five Talks
The 2011-2012 series was sponsored by Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada (LRWC), Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group (HTG), Amnesty International and the Vancouver Public Library:
ALL TALKS IN THE SERIES: 1. Grace Woo: Ghost Dancing with Colonialism | 2. Robert Morales: Seeking Justice Elsewhere | 2. Kenneth Deer: Indigenous Rights in the UN System | 4. Cindy Blackstock: Discrimination in Canada & a landmark human rights case | 5. Sarah Morales: Coast Salish Legal Traditions & the Canadian State
Robert Morales, Tl’ul’thut, Chief Negotiator and lawyer for the Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group speaks about the Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group land claim case before the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, February 23, 2012 at the Vancouver Public Library.
Part 1: Introduction by Jim Kew, Musqueam First Nation, and Renee Rachette, HTG.
Part 2: Robert Morales
Part 3: Robert Morales, continued.
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