Almost two years later, the significance, shortfalls, and next steps for UNDRIP in BC.
Host Justin P. Goodrich speaks with Margaret Pfoh, Chief Executive Officer of the Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA), as they take a second look at the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in British Columbia.
Together, they unpack its significance, address shortfalls, and focus on next steps.
Justin P. Goodrich is the Managing Partner at Alliance Public Affairs Group. He holds a Master of Laws and is a lecturer in public policy.
- Justin was last joined by Vancouver City Councillor Sarah Kirby-Yung to talk free speech, billboards, and when a sign is not just a sign.
- Before its formal introduction, Indigenomics Institute founder Carol Anne Hilton said UNDRIP is coming – here’s what that means for you.
- Bob Price asked what effects UNDRIP would have on BC’s resource sector.