Vice President of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO
Danika Littlechild is a lawyer from the Ermineskin Cree Nation in Alberta. Her areas of expertise are governance, indigenous legal systems, environment and international law. She was appointed Vice-President of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCU) in 2014. She has been a member of the CCU for over a decade, formerly as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Sectoral Commission, Culture, Communication and Information. She was also consulting legal counsel for the International Indian Treaty Council (2011) and has been a member of the North South Institute since 2008.
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