UN Processes

Documents

Introtext - UN Processes and Instruments.doc
CERD General Comment No 23 on Indigenous Peoples.doc

FPP, IPs and UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies.pdf
Galdu, UNDRIP, work and process beyon adoption.pdf
HRC Resolution, Expert Mechanism on IPs.pdf
Mandate of Special Rapporteur on IPs.pdf
Text of UNDRIP.pdf
UNGA Resolution on the 2nd IP Decade.pdf
UNGA Resolution on the Human Rights Council.pdf

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Powerpoints

History of UNPFII.ppt
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Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples (UNDRIP).ppt
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The UN human rights system and indigenous peoples.ppt
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Video

video stillThe UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Victoria Tauli Corpuz, Chairperson, UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues, UNPII

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Video

video stillThe UN Permanent Forum on
Indigenous Issues

Victoria Tauli Corpuz, Chairperson, UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues, UNPII

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DVD - Making a difference

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The film tells the story of indigenous peoples struggle for rights internationally and locally. The starting point is the negotiation process within the UN system that eventually led to the adoption in 2007 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. From there, the film takes a journey into the reality of four indigenous peoples on four continents. It portrays the situation of the Quichuas of Ecuador, the Chakmas of Bangladesh, the Bushmen of South Africa and Inuit of Greenland. The films conveys a profound understanding of the background for indigenous peoples' global struggle for recognition and survival.

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Produced by: Dansk AV Produktion, Denmark
Copyright: Dansk AV Produktion
Director: Mette Sejsbo
Duration: 60 minutes
Year of production: 2002

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