Churchill Food Security and the UNDRIP – a community-based development project

The project will in part focus on stories/records that link residents to the Metis heritage of the region and consider these connections under the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) as well as current policies at the federal and provincial levels of government. The meeting agenda will include discussions on optimal project scope as a contribution to local food security capacity building related to the UNDRIP; including ‘Women’s Food Security’ considerations and precedence for enhanced co-management of harvests.