The Ashukan Declaration

A main outcome was the Aashukan Declaration – a document that outlines the principles, from an Indigenous perspective, for how Impact Assessment should be carried out on traditional lands.

Download the Aashukan Declaration here.

The document was presented to the President of the IAIA by Dr. Kepa Morgan, co-chair of the IAIA Indigenous Peoples section along with the other Aashukan participants during a signing ceremony held in Montreal on April 4th during the first day of the association’s annual conference.

Lessons Learned and Implications from the Aashukan International Meeting

This Briefing is meant to accompany the Aashukan Declaration, providing additional details regarding the discussions held during the workshop. The document is intended for the private sector as well as Impact Assessment practitioners.

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