Elders describe maligait (natural laws) as the most fundamental laws entrenched in Inuit society that respect one’s place in the universe, the environment and in society. These laws speak to interconnectedness in the world and the spiritual supports available to aid in survival. The natural laws are best described as the core laws of relationship that govern how one connects to other people and how one connects to the environment as described previously.
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