See Wikipedia English: Wabanaki Confederacy for a general reference. That is an uncontroversial summary article suitable to quote in any context. What follows is an expanded version with more information that can be used as a source to improve the public Wikipedia article or for reference in contexts sympathetic to the Confederacy, Migmag Grand Council, First Peoples or First Nations. See also Haudenosaunee.
The Wabanaki Confederacy supports a wide variety of activities including:
- New Brunswick bill of rights to protect children's health from environmental hazards, 2015, (at nben.ca) an initiative of organizations working together through nben.ca to support the UN Rights of the Child
- Wabanaki Grandmothers Declaration, 2015
The Confederacy has also been invited as a peer signatory to many other agreements and efforts including:
- Rural and indigenous youth and elders declaration on environmental and health rights of the child, 2015 for Paris COP21, to answer past usual power centers: middle aged people, urban people, who have many declarations of their own.
- electoral reform efforts in New Brunswick to better reflect the indigenous voice & allies
This wiki, which coordinates all the above and more NB-related activism, relies on support from Wabanaki ally groups and organizations including NB paralegals and Efficient Civics Guild. You can assist by donating to the Confederacy Legal and Communication Support Fund.