Building a Partnership for Transformational Change: Evaluation of the First Five Years of the Implementation of the Inuit Crown Partnership Committee
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami has released a national Inuit position paper to guide future policies and programs governing the marine environments of Inuit Nunangat.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) was pleased that Parliament passed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act in 2021 (UNDRIP) and continues to view full and effective implementation of the rights affirmed by the UN Declaration as pivotal for ending and preventing human rights violations experienced by our people.
The Inuit Nunangat Housing Strategy Implementation Plan contains a roadmap for achieving better, more innovative, and self-determined outcomes along the entire housing continuum within Inuit Nunangat–from emergency shelters to affordable rentals and market home ownership.
The Inuit Nunangat Food Security Strategy Implementation Plan is the first road map ever developed for improving food security. The Implementation Plan is anchored in specific, measurable, and time-bound deliverables for creating a self-determined and sustainable food system in Inuit Nunangat.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami’s 2023 pre-budget submission focuses on specific high-priority areas that align with Government commitments, policies and initiatives as well as current Ministerial mandate letters. It builds upon meaningful investments in previous budgets while advocating for further funding to close major outstanding gaps.
Getting Started with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning is a means to achieve self-determination in Inuit program design and evaluation. The more Inuit take charge of monitoring and evaluation activities, the more monitoring and evaluation will serve our interests across Inuit Nunangat.
L’Initiative garantit que les enfants inuits ont accès aux produits, services et soutiens essen¬tiels en matière de santé, de services sociaux et d’éducation dont ils ont besoin, au moment où ils en ont besoin.
Cette initiative reconnaît les traumatismes intergénérationnels causés par l’héritage de la colonisation et toutes les demandes sont examinées sous l’angle de l’égalité réelle.