The Assistant Director, Policy Advancement, will assist with developing and implementing departmental policies and procedures, support staff training and mentorship, and contribute to the advancement of departmental positions on legislation, policies, plans, and programs impacting Inuit.
ITK is seeking a consultant to develop an implementation plan to guide the actions of the National Inuit Action Plan on Missing and Murdered Inuit Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ People
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.
Voices across Inuit Nunangat are uniting in the vision for an Inuit-led university.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami President Natan Obed gives opening remarks at the Inuit Nunangat University Forum.
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.
ITK researchers have determined that Inuit Nunangat makes up about 40% of Canada’s land area and 72% of its coastline.
The plan is the starting point of a collaborative relationship between the RCMP and Inuit at the national level to address gaps and priorities in policing, with the goal of building transparency and trust.
ArcticNet’s Inuit Research Management Committee honours Jean Allen of Iqaluit in 2022 Inuit Recognition Award for her contributions to Inuit Nunangat research.
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.