In his paper “Successful Integration Experiences From Around the World”, Joseph Quesnel
examines the response of three diverse countries to the economic and social challenges facing
their Indigenous populations: Mexico with its Meso-American peoples, the Japanese with the
Ainu, and the Israelis and their Samaritan minority. After noting the successes and failures of
these approaches, he draws out policy implications that might serve Canada and its First
Read the paper here.