We envision a financial system that empowers Indigenous perspectives, recognizes the role of community values in investment decision making and contributes to protecting Indigenous rights and title.
Grounded in collective action, research and knowledge exchange, RRII is supporting Indigenous trustees and decision-makers to further align the governance of their collective financial assets with their community values. We are working with Indigenous decision-makers to ensure their rights, values and aspirations are reflected and upheld in their investment policies and practices including in their relationships with advisors and asset managers.
Additionally, we are mobilizing Canadian institutional investors – guided by Indigenous investors and together with Indigenous-led organizations – to use their voices and their capital to promote positive economic outcomes for Indigenous peoples including through employment, support for Indigenous entrepreneurs, increased partnerships with Indigenous communities and respect for Indigenous rights and title.
We call upon the corporate sector in Canada to adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a reconciliation framework and to apply its principles, norms, and standards to corporate policy and core operational activities involving Indigenous peoples and their lands and resources.
Call to Action 92: Business and Reconciliation
Through RRII, Indigenous investors have the opportunity to participate in the Values in Action Engagement Program - a comprehensive and cost-effective shareholder engagement program that allows Indigenous trusts to engage with companies in their portfolio on issues of concern to their trust and the broader community.
meet our team
Senior Advisor and Founding Member, NATOA
Project Lead, Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative, SHARE
Chief Strategy Officer, SHARE
Chief Executive Officer, NATOA
CEO/Principal, Arete Development Group
The Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative is a partnership between NATOA and SHARE.
We would like to thank the following funders for supporting this initiative.