UNDRIP as K’àlaàghaa

The following narrative illustrates Hotıì ts’eeda’s framing of UNDRIP as a tool for Indigenous rights in the NWT. This project addresses how UNDRIP, often viewed as a complex and abstract legal instrument, can make a difference in the lives of people in their daily work. John B. Zoe has initiated the analogy of UNDRIP as a tool used to fix fishnets, K’àlaàghaa in the Tłįchǫ language.

Our K'alaaghaa