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View the PDF document Summary Note 12 (August 2021)14TH SESSION/REGIONAL MEETINGS OF THE EXPERT MECHANISM ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (EMRIP)

This Summary presents the discussions held, virtually, during the 14th session/regional meetings of the EMRIP, July 12 - 16, 2021.

View the PDF document Summary Note 10 Corr.2 (January 2021)13TH SESSION/REGIONAL MEETINGS OF THE EXPERT MECHANISM ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (EMRIP)

This Summary presents the discussions held, virtually, during the 13th session/regional meetings of the EMRIP, 30th November-3rd December, 2020.

View the PDF document Summary Note 13 (June 2022)21ST SESSION OF THE UNITED NATIONS PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES (UNPFII)

This Synthesis presents the discussions held during the 21st session of the UNPFII, April 25 to May 6, 2022.

View the PDF document Summary Note 9 Corr.1 (August 2019)12TH SESSION OF THE EXPERT MECHANISM ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (EMRIP)

This Synthesis presents the discussions held during the 12th session of the EMRIP, 15th-19th July, in Geneva.

View the PDF document Summary Note 2 (October 2016)33TH SESSION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL (HRC)

The 33rd session of the HRC took place in September in Geneva, and was very important to Indigenous Peoples. This Summary Notes relates the informal negotiations held for the SRRIP mandate, the EMRIP thematic studies and the revision of the EMRIP mandate. It also contains the report of the panel of the annual half-day discussion on Indigenous Peoples on violence against indigenous women and girls, including those with disabilities, and the dialogue between the SRRIP and the EMRIP Chair.

View the PDF document Summary Note 14 (August 2022)15TH SESSION OF THE EXPERT MECHANISM ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (EMRIP)

This Summary presents the discussions held, in person and online, during the 15th session of the EMRIP, July 4 to 8, 2022

View the PDF document Summary Note 1 (August 2016)9TH SESSION OF THE EXPERT MECHANISM ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (EMRIP)

The 9th EMRIP session took place from the 11th to the 15th of July in Geneva, and focused in three main areas: the revision of the mandate, the panel on indigenous persons with disabilities and the study on the right to health. One of the outstanding issues has been to establish more cooperation among the different UN mechanisms and bodies, with regard to persons with disabilities, Business and Human Rights, or health issues.

View the PDF document Update 111 (October 2016)Focus
  • The SDGs as a new challenge for IPs
Ongoing Processes
  • IPs as key players in international discussions
Latest News
  • Revision of the EMRIP mandate, WIPO IGC, Regional News: Africa region and the region of Central and South America and the Caribbean
Docip's activities
View the PDF document 04a-Compilation of information from Member States on addressing the recommendations of the Permanent Forum
Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues - -Item 3 of the provisional agenda. E/C.19/2015/5
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2015|00-Reference & related documents -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , Women , World Conference on Indigenous Peoples , Post-2015 UN Development Agenda
View the PDF document Intervention on item 8 (Beijing +20)
Devasish ROY - -Member of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2015|08-Future work of the Permanent Forum, including issues of the Economic and Social Council and emerging issues -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , Women , GEO|Bangladesh , Chittagong Hill Tracts , Physical violence , Discrimination , Customary laws
View the PDF document 03a-Naciones Unidas Mecanismos de Monitoreo y Vigilancia de los Acuerdos de los Derechos Humanos
Alberto SALDAMANDO - -Presentado durante el MEDPI, Ginebra, julio de 2011
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Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) , Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)
View the PDF document Statement
Iris BRITO RAMIREZ - -c
03.Human Rights Council (incl. EMRIP and UPR)|Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples|2017 - 10th session|04 Good practices and challenges in business etc. -
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Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples , Human Rights , Indigenous Rights , Indigenous Women , Business
View the PDF document Presentation
Tia OROS - -Seventh Generation Fund
03.Human Rights Council (incl. EMRIP and UPR)|Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples|2022 - 15th session|06 - Item 8 Panel discussion on the impact of development projects on indigenous women -
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Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples , Women , Extractive industries , Food , Socio-economic Development
View the PDF document Intervención
Gladys Acosta Vargas - -Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women
03.Human Rights Council (incl. EMRIP and UPR)|Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples|2021 - 14th session|07 Item 5 Interactive dialogue with the treaty bodies -
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Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples , Discrimination , Women , Indigenous Rights , Treaty Bodies
View the PDF document The Doctrine of Discovery: lts enduring impact on indigenous peoples and the right to redress for past conquests
Eleanor DICTAAN-BANG-OA - -Asian Indigenous Peoples Caucus
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2012|03-Discussion on the special theme for the year: The Doctrine of Discovery... -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples , Women , Discrimination
View the PDF document Statement
Jannie LASIMBANG - -Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2002|06b-Environment (Review of activities of the UN system) -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , Environment , Environmental degradation , Traditional knowledge , Women
View the PDF document 01-Presentación para el tema 5
Saul Vicente VASQUEZ - -Miembro del Foro Permanente
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2011|05-Half-day discussion on Central and South America and the Caribbean -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , Protected areas , Discrimination , Political rights , Environment , Women
View the PDF document Statement
Rosalina TUYUC - -Coordinadora Nacional de Viudas de Guatemala - CONAVIGUA
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2016|05-Discussion on the theme Indigenous Peoples -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , GEO|Guatemala , Human Rights , Women's Rights , Armed conflict
View the PDF document Statement
FIMI - -Foro Internacional de Mujeres Indigenas
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2021|05-Item 4 Discussion on the six mandate areas of the Permanent Forum -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , Women , Colonialism , Militarization , Territorial Rights , Displacement
View the PDF document Statement : The Suffering of the Anuak Women
Akuthi OKOTH - -Representative of the Anywaa Survival Organization
04.Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues|2004|03-Special theme: “Indigenous women” -
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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues , IP|Anuak , Military atrocities , Women , Arbitrary detention