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ITK tiliurivut angigligiaqtitauqullugit qaritaujatigut pituksimalirviuvaktut, aqtuunngilhlutik ammalu akituluanngittuutitauqullugit Inuit Nunanganni ilauqatautillugit Nuvagjuarnaq-19-mit nuqqangaliqtitausimalauqtunik utiqsimaliqtitsigiarnirmut parnautiliangusimajunut

By Announcements, Quarterly Research Briefs, Tusaqtitsijjutiit

Akituluanngittunik, qularnaqtuunatiklu sukkalitsiaqtunik qaritaujakkuurutitaqaliriaqarninga Inuit Nunanganni pitaqaliriaqallaringmat Inuit ilagijauqataujunnaliqullugit kiinaujaliurutigijauvaktunut inuuqatigiigijaummijunit ammalu pivalliatitsiniuvaktunut kiinaujaliurutiuvaksutik.

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Inuit Nunanggani Qaujisarnirmu Piliriaksaq (INRP) Kiinaujaqaqtitaunirmu Tunijaujut

By Announcements, Kanatami Inungnut Parnautiujuq Qaujisarnirmut

Aviktuqsimajunik katujjiqatigiit tisamanik aviktuqsimajunik Inuit Nunanggani, ikajuqtaullutik Inuit Tapiriit Kanatamikkunni (ITK), Inuit Ukiuqtaqtumi Katujjiqatigiit (ICC) Kanatami, ammalu Ukiuqtaqtumik Tukisiniaqatigiinik, quviasukput tusaqtittinirmi sivulliqpaat 11-ngujut piliriaksaujunik kiinaujaqtaaqtitaujut nutaamit−aaqqiktaujumik Inuit Nunanggani Qaujisarnirmu Piliriaksaujumi (INRP).

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Unlocking the Potential of Inuit Nunangat Research—Northern Public Affairs

By Kanatami Inungnut Parnautiujuq Qaujisarnirmut, Media

Sound research can be an effective building block for strong public policies, programs, and initiatives that help create prosperity for Inuit. However, colonial approaches to research continue in Canada, characterized by uncoordinated and ad hoc federal research policies that circumvent Inuit governance mechanisms and marginalize Inuit from the benefits of research.

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