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Caleb Z. Behn

Assembly of First Nations
Special Advisor-Water
Caleb Behn is Eh-Cho Dene and Dunne Za from the Treaty 8 Territory of northeastern British Columbia.  He is a graduate of the University of Victoria Law Program and was called to the BC Bar in 2014.  Caleb’s work has focused on the intersection of water, energy and indigenous law.  A former ‘lands manager’ for the West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nations and a Senior Researcher at the Centre for International Governance Innovation Caleb was also a founding member of the Decolonizing Water Research Collective and the subject of the documentary film ‘Fractured Land’.  Caleb now resides in Ottawa and is the Special Advisor on Water to the Assembly of First Nations.  In his spare time he works with the Berkman-Klein Centre for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School on linking indigenous communities and legal systems globally.