The Centre for Indigenous Policy & Research (CIPR)

prioritizes youth policy development and research to support Indigenous youth in advancing their vision of meaningful reconciliation.

Through a wide range of programs and initiatives, CIPR creates space for new leadership and provides tools and resources to empower Indigenous youth to create impactful change.

Programs and Initatives

  • Archive

    CRE’s Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research is pleased to launch our second round of Indigenous Youth Research Grants. This program provides small grants of $1000 to Indigenous youth who [...]

  • Archive

    The Research Hub is a part of the Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research. It provides opportunities for youth-led and community-focused researchers to undertake research projects that address the [...]

  • Closed

    In an effort to expand both the age limit and regional reach of the Indigenous Youth Policy School, the Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research (CIPR) has created the Policy School [...]

IYR Explains Series

What is a Hackathon?

What are they and why do they work? As we continue to find [...]

CRE Explains: Budget 2022

Budget at a Glance  In this issue of CRE Explains, we break down some [...]

The Rundown

  • Whether you’re interested in politics (the drama, the intrigue!), looking for ways to dismantle settler-colonial-hetero-patriarchy, or just confused about what politicians ACTUALLY do all day, Policy Forecast is here for [...]