UNPO News

Oct 08, 2004

Help Europe keep the embargo on arms sales to China

European Foreign Ministers are expected to take a decision today on the lifting of the embargo on arms sales to China, while Beijing regime continues to violate human rights

Oct 08, 2004

Help Europe keep the embargo on arms sales to...

European Foreign Ministers are expected to take a decision today on the lifting of the embargo on arms sales to China, while Beijing regime continues to violate human rights

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Sep 28, 2004

Indigenous People have enjoyed only small Gains...

The International Decade of the World's Indigenous People brought only modest Achievements

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Aug 26, 2004

No Peace for Indigenous Peoples in Burma

The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) reported on August 5 that killings, torture, sexual harassment, and other human rights violations against indigenous people in Burma have continued,...

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Aug 22, 2004

The Rights of Peoples: Ideals and Reality. International...

Organized by UNPO in partnership with the the Estonian Ministry of Justice and the Institute of the Rights of Peoples.

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Aug 20, 2004

International Conference in Tallinn. Speech by...

International Conference in Tallinn: The Rights of Peoples: Ideas and Reality. Speech by Mr. Ken-Marti Vaher, Minister of Justice of Estonia.

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Aug 18, 2004

Annan says Myanmar democratization will not be...

Myanmar's transition to Democracy and National Reconciliation will lack Credibility if its Ruling Council does not engage in meaningful Dialogue with Opposition Political Parties and release the Nobel...

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Aug 18, 2004

Goodbye Nation-States!

The Idea of Building Nation-States is getting antiquated and fast giving way to the concept of Multi-National States as there are few Countries that can genuinely claim to be made up of a single Nation,...

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Aug 09, 2004

Message of the Director-General of UNESCO on the...

As the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People (1995-2004) draws to a close, the time has come for the international community to take stock of the past and mark out new paths for the fu...

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