Indigenous Peoples  | Useful info
International and Regional Organizations
Indigenous people and the United Nations system
Lists all UN-related organizations and activities concerned with indigenous issues.
UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
The UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is an advisory body to the Economic and Social Council, with a mandate to discuss indigenous issues related to economic and social development, culture, the environment, education, health and human rights.
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International NGOs and Networks
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International NGOs and Networks
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Bushmen's own website, named "I want to go home".
ILRC is dedicated to the protection of indigenous peoples’ human rights, cultures, and traditional lands. The Center provides legal and technical support to indigenous communities working on these issues.
Tebtebba Foundation is committed to the recognition, protection and promotion of indigenous peoples' rights worldwide.
The site works on behalf of whanau, hapu and iwi, particularly on environment and resource management issues. New Zealand.

The Yanomami threathened by gold mining
Say no to oil exploration on indigenous lands in Colombia

Selected news
Brazilian indians protest against dams
Wed Jul 07 2010 - Source: Survival
Enawene Nawe Indians in Brazil are demonstrating against a series of hydroelectric dams which are killing the fish they rely on.
Landmark decision rules Kenya's removal of indigenous people from ancestral land illegal
Wed Feb 10 2010 - Source: Minority Rights
In a landmark decision, the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights has found the Kenyan government guilty of violating the rights of the country’s indigenous Endorois community, by evicting them from their lands to make way for a wildlife reserve.
Up to 100 dead in Amazon clashes says activist
Mon Jun 08 2009 - Source: ABC news
Up to 100 Amazon natives have been killed after Friday's military crackdown on protesters in Peru and the situation is expected to worsen, says a Canadian Indigenous rights activist.

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