Archives for posts with tag: IndigenousForum

Blog Report: WILL INDIGENOUS FORUM LEAVE IMPRINT? By Ambassador Mo
The Indigenous Forum ends at the United Nations this week with an address from the UN General Assembly President and a special program offered by the Australia Mission to the UN. The UN GA President from Qatar, Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser offered his view as to advancement of objectives of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. – More & Photo Gallery
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Blog Report: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES  – DISCOVERY OR CONQUEST? By Ambassador Mo
As Chairperson of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as the session convened this week at UN Headquarters in New York, Chief Edward John was addressing the media & reflecting what was succinctly defined as the “subjugation, exploitation, domination” imposed upon Native Americans & many Indigenous as a whole. –More–
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Blog Report: NATIVE AMERICAN RIGHTS – US TARDY? By Ambassador Mo
“In all my consultations with indigenous peoples in places I visited it was impressed upon me that sense of loss, alienation & indignity is pervasive throughout Indian country.” US needs to adopt more robust measures to address issues affecting its indigenous peoples, an independent UN expert said today, stressing such policies must be developed in partnership with Native American, Alaskan Native & Hawaiian peoples. –MORE–
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