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Stories by Natan Obed

Inuit Nunangat policy space would be a sign of genuine reconciliation

Opinion|By Natan Obed
Acknowledging Inuit Nunangat’s unique political and cultural primacy and expertise within our existing democratic governance structure is paramount to us in the North.
Opinion|By Natan Obed
For too many years, suicide has been discussed at a level of abstraction, which has not helped focus prevention efforts. We owe it to our children to discuss the situation in all its complexity, writes Natan Obed of ITK.
Opinion|By Natan Obed
For too long, Inuit have suffered from incremental change that ultimately led to the management of poverty, rather than its elimination.
Opinion|By Natan Obed
Inuit are one of the most researched peoples in the world. Yet colonial approaches to research, in which our role is imagined as being marginal and of little value, remain commonplace. That needs to change.
Opinion|By Natan Obed
We must take the bold and imaginative actions required to ensure that resilient languages like Inuktut will remain so well into the future.
Opinion|By Natan Obed
The key issue moving forward will be mutual respect.
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