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DEFEATED TAR SANDS PIPELINE

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STOPPED OPEN PIT MINING

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PROTECTED PEEL WATERSHED

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9 Court Victories

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2 Supreme Court wins

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24 Nations Backed

raven is justice, powered by you

RAVEN is the only non-profit charitable organization in Canada that uses the power of the crowd to fund access to justice for Indigenous Peoples. Our work supports systemic, deeply impactful change by supporting strategic and focused Indigneous legal challenges.

Despite being out-resourced by industry and government, Indigenous Peoples have defeated the odds and won time and time again in court. If you care about supporting Indigenous rights and environmental justice, get involved with RAVEN’s game-changing work. 

 

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With victory after victory in the courts,
RAVEN IS RESHAPING THE FUTURE.

“There is no force in the country more powerful than the movement we are building together.” — JESS HOUSTY, HEILTSUK NATION

indigenous rights = ecological protection

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Diversity

Ecological diversity flows from respectful relationships: with the land, and with one another. 

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Watersheds

Fighting environmental racism to protect clean water: from the source. 

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Wildlife

Pushing for an ecosystems approach based on Indigenous ecological knowledge. 

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Through access to justice, Indigenous Peoples are empowered to pursue cases upholding the ecological and human rights standards encapsulated within Indigenous legal frameworks. 

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When cumulative impacts of industry become part of environmental assessments, Treaty rights will become genuine and meaningful for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples in Canada. 

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Approaches to stewardship that take in to account the wisdom of the past, current scientific and Indigenous knowledge, and a vision for future generations are a powerful way to secure our common future. 

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