Today's legal obligation to "Inform and Consult" with indigenous people regarding the development of their land must be met in a language people understand using the best technology available.

Audio and video interactive new media allow oral spoken indigenous dialects to be the main language used to inform and consult.

The Digital Indigenous Democracy multimedia Human Rights Impact Assessment delivers indigenous media by internet in a Human Rights legal framework to concerned parties in order to help make informed and collaborative decisions.

This demonstrates the value of new media in regulation of resource developments hoping to meet 21st century constitutional and international standards of Human Rights. 

For example of this work currently happening in Nunavut, click here

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