Anuhu Yrmo

Documental co-producido con UCINY

Atiku Napeu

This project is a documentary about the caribou man, the master of all caribou. It shows how the Innu respect and honor the caribou man despite the government hunting ban.

Biodiversity Conservation: For Whom?

A 38 min. documentary on how the lofty goal of biodiversity conservation may end up hurting the people who have lived since time immemorial in the place to be protected


Mishen, also known as Giant, is an Innu man that decided to walk every winter across Nitassinan, the Innu land.

Instrumento para la defensa de los derechos Indígenas (versión piloto 2007)

Un CD-Rom interactivo para informar al usuario sobre posibles pasos para defender los derechos indígenas cuando estos no son respetados.

Mapeando el Yrmo, nuestro territorio

Proyecto comunitario Yshir de mapeo del territorio ancestral
What is Life Projects Network?

This is the site of the ‘Life Projects Network,’ a portal to access a variety of ongoing experiments across the Americas that seek to foster the various practices of a good life that emerge from particular places, historical trajectories and conceptions of reality. The term ‘Life Projects’ is fundamentally a place holder that stands for practices of a good life that in one way or another differ from ‘Development Projects’ (in both, Right and Left wing versions), that is, visions and practices of a good life premised on the primacy of the ‘Human. ’ From a developmental perspective, a good life for Humans is achieved through the accumulative movement towards some sort of better place located in the (ever receding) future, even if that movement needs to be fueled by all kinds of environmental and social sacrifices in the present. To these visions and practices ( “Development”) we counterpoise “Life Projects.” Life projects constitute living examples that other good lives are possible beyond the developmentalist vision.

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