Past Archived Projects and Accomplishments

The Indian Law Resource Center has helped Indian nations and tribes and other indigenous communities in their struggles to protect their lands, resources, and human rights, the environment and their cultural heritage for nearly 30 years. This section highlights several of our past projects.

Coastal Communities, Culture and Conservation Without Borders  The Sitka Tribe of Alaska, the... continue
The Center provides training and legal information in order to expand the number of Indian leaders... continue
In its April 26, 1999 ruling, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit upheld the... continue
 In October 2004, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights issued its final decision in a case... continue
The Indian Law Resource Center has been working for over 30 years to help the Mohawk Nation reclaim... continue
For many years, the Center has worked with the indigenous communities of Nicaragua for demarcation... continue
Indian peoples constantly are engaged in a battle to maintain and protect traditional and cultural... continue
 Our many years of work with the Independent Traditional Seminole Nation of Florida has culminated... continue
The UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in an historic... continue
Our land is not for sale. The United States thinks it can do whatever it wants, but we know and our... continue