Established in 2023, the Interdisciplinary Journal of Indigenous Inaakonigewin is the fifth dimension of the Manitoba Law Journal. It formalizes the dimension previously titled Indigenous Law in volume 41 issue 5.
the Interdisciplinary Journal of Indigenous Inaakonigewin (IJII) was developed with the intention of uniting scholars, community leaders, and artists that have an interest in Indigenous law and remedies for justice. Our goal is to provide a diverse and inclusive platform, where teachers and students of all ancestral heritages can come together, across all academic disciplines, to share their research and knowledge as it pertains to Indigenous history, politics, law, education, health, business, as well as artistic expression, in the spirit of truth and reconciliation. This objective speaks to the interdisciplinary nature of the journal, where all forms of knowledge – whether it is an academic paper, a transcribed interview, or even poetry – are welcomed, embraced and mobilized through publication in the journal.