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Daniel Wilson served 10 years as a diplomat in Canada’s Foreign Service, working mainly with refugees in Africa and South-east Asia. Joining the Assembly of First Nations, he became Senior Director of Strategic Policy and Planning. Of Mi’kmaq Acadian and Irish heritage, Daniel was a founding Chair of the New Democratic Party Aboriginal Commission and manager of the 2011 Romeo Saganash campaign for leader. He now works as an independent consultant and writes about rights. Topics covered on this blog include Indigenous and other human rights as they relate to Canadian and international politics.
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First Nations education bill fails the test

| April 11, 2014
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Truth, reconciliation and respecting all our relations

| April 9, 2014
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Admitting mistakes, Stephen Harper style

| February 8, 2014
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Lingering questions: Progress on Indigenous rights in 2013

| December 26, 2013
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Canada at a crossroads: Indigenous rights to resources

| December 6, 2013
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Lost opportunities: Misunderstanding First Nations and resource development

| November 29, 2013
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Out of order: Indigenous protest and the rule of law

| October 22, 2013
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Canada's stubborn ignorance: Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on Indigenous Issues

| October 16, 2013
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The Royal Proclamation of 1763: A heritage moment

| October 5, 2013
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Maintaining ignorance: The political economy of Ontario's media

| September 11, 2013
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