Activities

May 19, 2004

Day 6: UN Press Release on the Sixth Day of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Development projects could help indigenous people survive or destroy them completely, depending on how they were managed, premanent forum told

May 19, 2004

Day 6: UN Press Release on the Sixth Day of the...

Development projects could help indigenous people survive or destroy them completely, depending on how they were managed, premanent forum told

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May 18, 2004

Day 5: UN Press Release on the Fifth Day of the...

Establishment of response mechanism for violations of indigenous rights among concerns, as permanent forum concludes human rights discussion

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May 17, 2004

Day 4: UN Press Release on the Fourth Day of the...

Speakers highlight violations of indigenous women's rights, need to adopt declaration on indigenous rights, as permanent forum continues session

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May 13, 2004

Day 3: UN Press Release on the Third Day of the...

Protection of traditional lands, water, education and laws vital for preserving indigenous culture, permanent forum told

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May 12, 2004

Day 2: UN Press Release on the Second Day of the...

Quality education must incorporate indigenous culture and knowledge,stress speakers in permanent forum debate

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May 11, 2004

Day 1: UN Press Release on the First Day of the...

Despite progress over last decade, indigenous issues require greater attention and partnerships, permanent forum told as it begins its third session

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Apr 23, 2004

Aboriginals of Australia: Statement at the United...

Oral statement presented by Les Malezer, delegate of the Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action

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Apr 14, 2004

Cabinda: Cabinda statement at the United Nations...

Statement on the human right's situation of the Cabinda

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