Who We Are
The Indigenous Rights and Social Justice (IRSJ) research group is a group of faculty, students, and community members with a common interest in researching the psychosocial, political, cultural, and spiritual determinants of wellbeing for Indigenous Peoples.
To advance social justice and Indigenous rights in Canada and around the world through collaborative knowledge construction, dissemination, and community engagement.
How We Do It
- We, as Indigenous and non-Indigenous members, work with a consciousness of Canada’s colonial history, sensitivity to Indigenous methodologies, and honouring of Indigenous voices.
- As researchers and citizens we collaborate with local, regional and international Indigenous organizations, scholars, and lawyers to collectively work to promote Indigenous rights and social justice.