ILRU appearances in the media
Our ILRU team members and their innovative research are attracting public attention. Check out the ILRU stories in the news and interviews with our dedicated team members.
Protected: Dënezhu Laws Relating to Rebalancing, Inclusion, & Safety Among Humans Draft Report Presentation
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A reflection on our time spent with the Indigenous Law Research Unit A reflection by the Sierra Club BC on the Indigenous Laws Workshop run by ILRU. See the blog post.
$1.2 million grant to Indigenous Law Research Unit for revitalization of laws and legal systems The Indigenous Law Research Unit has received a $1.2 million in core, unrestricted grant funding from the Law Foundation of BC to support the revitalization of Indigenous...
Toolkit Centres Salish Laws on Child & Caregiver Nurturance and Safety NIȽ TU,O Child and Family Services, in partnership with the Indigenous Law Research Unit (ILRU), is excited to launch a new toolkit on Child and Caregiver Nurturance and Safety centred on Coast...
Report Examines Anishinaabeg governance and family law The Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwewag Services Circle is pleased to release a new report that shines light on Anishinaabeg kinship-centred governance and family law. The report aims to help Anishinaabeg and other...
Everyday Reconciliation "On this episode of Everyday Reconciliation, host Elin Miller speaks with Val Napoleon, an activist, educator, and the interim Dean of Law at University of Victoria, about Indigenous legal frameworks, and how essential they are to...
Policy Options Politiques Tara Williamson and Robert Houle, discuss the role that individuals play in advancing reconciliation, and what steps settlers can take to push for it in their everyday lives. Listen to podcast
On the Coast with Gloria Macarenko "Val Napoleon, a law professor at the University of Victoria and a member of the Saulteau First Nation, discusses how far Canada has gone to answering the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Call to Action 50." Listen to podcast
Indspire Val Napoleon receives the Indspire Award for Law & Justice 2021. See article
Weapons of Reason - The Conflict Issue "In British Columbia, the First Nations are at war with oil and gas companies intent on exploiting their indigenous lands, and with each other over governance and tensions between a “democratic” present and their ancestral...
University of Victoria, Fraser Building