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  • United League of Indigenous Nations
    foundation for the exercise of contemporary Indigenous Nation sovereignty without regard to existing or future international political boundaries of non Indigenous nations Preamble to the United League of Indigenous Nations Treaty of August 1 2007 Read more ULIN at NCAI 2011 The United League was honored to present Mirna Cunningham Chair of the United Nation Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as she addressed the UN Declaration on the Rights of

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  • About ULIN | United League of Indigenous Nations
    interests regarding the impacts of climate change on their homelands to promote trade and commerce among Indigenous Nations to bring their cultural properties under the protection of the laws of Indigenous Nations to protect the human rights of Indigenous Peoples and to assert traditional rights to cross international borders The 1st Signing Meeting The signing of the Treaty and joining the League as equal members occurred at a formal Treaty Ratifi cation Meeting on November 15th 2007 in Denver Colorado The Treaty was developed and proposed by the National Congress of American Indians s Special Committee on Indigenous Nation Relationships following meetings with the Assembly of First Nations Canada the Mataatua Assembly of Maori Tribes of Aotearoa New Zealand and the Ngarrindjeri Nations of South Australia At the request of the NCAI Special Committee the leadership of the Lummi Indian Nation agreed to host and convene the gathering of indigenous nation political leadership to discuss the Treaty In developing the Treaty the NCAI Special Committee determined that relationships between indigenous nations are defi ned by the laws of indigenous nations not by the laws of former colonial nations Such colonial laws are not regarded as binding on the ability of

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  • The Treaty | United League of Indigenous Nations
    and commerce among Indigenous Nations to bring their cultural properties under the protection of the laws of Indigenous Nations to protect the human rights of Indigenous Peoples and to assert traditional rights to cross international borders The original signatory Indigenous Nations immediately called for the establishment of a United League of Indigenous Nations to be chartered under the law of the Lummi Nation and for the League to reach out to all Indigenous Nations in North America and the South Pacific Indigenous Nations located across the US Canada Australia and on the Islands of Aotearoa will be asked to sign the Treaty and to join the League as equal members at a formal Treaty Ratification Meeting on November 15th 2007 in Denver Colorado The Treaty was developed and proposed by the National Congress of American Indians Special Committee on Indigenous Nation Relationships following meetings with the Assembly of First Nations Canada the Mataatua Assembly of Maori Tribes of Aotearoa New Zealand and the Ngarrindjeri Nations of South Australia At the request of the NCAI Special Committee the leadership of the Lummi Indian Nation agreed to host and convene the gathering of indigenous nation political leadership to discuss the Treaty In developing the Treaty the NCAI Special Committee determined that relationships between indigenous nations are defined by the laws of indigenous nations not by the laws of former colonial nations Such colonial laws are not regarded as binding on the ability of Indigenous Nations to recognize and affi rm their inherent rights of self determination and self governance by entering into nation to nation agreements with each other for their mutual interest and benefit During their Treaty deliberations the Indigenous Nation delegates agreed 1 The Treaty will unify the voice of Indigenous Peoples identify the impacts of climate change on our

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  • Governing Board | United League of Indigenous Nations
    Springs Michigan USA Alan R Parker Governing Board Secretary Chippewa Cree REGION CHAIR Australia AUS Co Chair Darlye Rigney Associate Professor Representative Ngarrindjeri Nation Associate Professor Flinders University Canada CA Co Chair Jaret Cardinal Former Chief Sucker Creek First Nation New Zealand NZ Co Chair The Honorable Aroha Te Pareaka Mead Representative Ngati Awa Iwi Nation Professor Victoria University Wellington NZ United States US Co Chair The Honorable Cliff Cultee

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  • Establishing ULIN | United League of Indigenous Nations
    Establishing ULIN News Calendar of Events Contact Multi Media Working Groups Establishing ULIN Pages About ULIN Establishing ULIN Governing Board The Treaty Contact Multi Media News Calendar of Events Working Groups Latest News Copyright United League of Indigenous Nations Design

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  • News | United League of Indigenous Nations
    at NCAI 2011 Uncategorized Nov 16 2012 No Comments The United League was honored to present Mirna Cunningham Chair of the United Nation Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as she addressed the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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  • Calendar of Events | United League of Indigenous Nations
    The Treaty Governing Board Establishing ULIN News Calendar of Events Contact Multi Media Working Groups Calendar of Events Copyright United League of Indigenous Nations Design by J Alan Enterprises LLC

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  • Contact | United League of Indigenous Nations
    you for your support Contact To contact us directly Frank Ettawageshik 517 802 8650 Email fettawa charter net Alan R Parker Phone 360 867 6614 Fax 360 867 6553 Email nwindian evergreen edu Jewell James Lummi Nation Policy Director Phone 360 384 2337 E Mail jewellj lummi nsn gov Send us mail Your Name E Mail Website Your Message Pages About ULIN Establishing ULIN Governing Board The Treaty Contact Multi

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