Theme: NILLA

McIvor, O. (2019, March). Engaging, connecting, and mobilizing Indigenous language learning leaders, supporters, and researchers through an online sharing space: NILLA (NEȾOLṈEW̱ Indigenous Language Learning Atlas) [Position paper]. SSHRC Indigenous Research Capacity & Reconciliation Special Call.

This paper reports the outcomes from two community engagement events with Indigenous partners and allies, on a) the development of NILLA, and b) more broadly our position on strengthening research by and with Indigenous people.

Theme: Language & Health

Sullivan, D. (2018). The connection between health and well-being and Indigenous language use and learning – An annotated bibliography. NEȾOLṈEW̱ Research Partnership.

This annotated bibliography aims to contribute to a better understanding of and document current trends as well as gaps in the published literature on Indigenous language use and learning and their connection to health and well-being.

Theme: Sites of Learning & Teaching | Sites of Contribution

McIvor, O. (2018). Indigenous languages in Canada: What you need to know. Ottawa, ON, Canada: CCUNESCO.

This guide was compiled by Onowa McIvor and provides current information about Indigenous languages in Canada and a list of ways you can help support them.