In the final installment of this three-part series, we explore the complicated relationship between Indigenous self-determination and equity ownership of major projects.
How can ownership of major projects advance Indigenous communities’ and nations’ pursuit of self-determination? How can revenues from major projects complement other fiscal instruments? Will Indigenous ownership help us learn from previous mistakes and build better projects together?
Read the impact paper to get our full analysis.
Indigenous self-determination and major projects
Regaining autonomy: Modern treaties and self-government
UNDRIP and co-developing a path forward
Negotiating agreements and growing Indigenous economies
Major project ownership develops transferable capacity
Appendix A: Historical context
Appendix B: Methodology
Appendix C: Bibliography