INDIGENOUS LAW

A specialized course under Law Stream

About the Course –Indigenous Law

The study of Indigenous law  includes the laws of indigenous peoples (for example, the tribal codes and constitutions of Native Americans) treaties between indigenous organizations and the Crown (government) government legal guidelines that create rights and responsibilities affecting indigenous people. It is a complex system that determines how humans relate to each other and their roles, duties and obligations in relation to one another, ceremonial business and land.The study of Indigenous law  includes the laws of indigenous peoples (for example, the tribal codes and constitutions of Native Americans) treaties between indigenous organizations and the Crown (government) government legal guidelines that create rights and responsibilities affecting indigenous people. It is a complex system that determines how humans relate to each other and their roles, duties and obligations in relation to one another, ceremonial business and land.Aboriginal law is a body of law, made by the courts and legislatures, that mostly deals with the special constitutional rights of Aboriginal people. Indigenous Peoples and the Law presents an historical, comparative and contextual analysis of a number of legal and policy issues affecting Indigenous peoples. Indigenous law regularly includes human rights and discrimination law. 

Listed here are some of the principal objectives of the course.

● to interact with the Truth and Reconciliation
● to repair balance and harmony to the community.
● to create sites of respectful communication and collaboration in order to reinvigorate communities of Indigenous legal exercise domestically and globally
● to get better Indigenous laws’ capability to be publically applied, critically evaluated, openly debated, and adapted or modified as needed.
● develop world-class theoretical and great Indigenous legal academic materials and tutorial resources

Career Prospect

An Indigenous Studies degree presents a tremendous basis for many careers .Many indigenous Law graduates can follow their education to careers in areas such as Social Work, Education and Community Development, Health, Media Arts and Journalism,Youth Outreach, Arts and Heritage, Public Policy Analysis, Advocacy Community-Government Relations. Graduates can seek employment as an Aboriginal regulation consultant, or work for a law association that focuses on Aboriginal issues. With these positions, they can pursue areas of interest like treaty rights, land use, or human rights concerns.

Career Opportunity

 Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer, Entrepreneur, political aid/advisor, public administrator, Indigenous community liaison officer

Employment Opportunity

There are job possibilities with Indigenous organizations, government, and the private sector. After successfully completing the program, graduates will be able to work in a permanent full-time role in the department and might also be advanced to a higher classification level.

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at, Bachelor (UG) and Master (PG) levels.

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