International Human Rights Day
Human Rights Day would have been celebrated - PFII
General Assembly President, HE Madame Sheika Heya Rashed Al Khalifa, receives greetings from Indigenous delegate, Jose Carlos Morales. The President listened to requests that the Indigenous Peoples be acknowledged in the General Assembly when the Declaration is formally adopted.
Permanent Forum on
Office of the High Commissioner
International Indian Treaty Council
American Indian Law Alliance
International Work Group
Rights and Democracy
Amnesty International, Canada
University of Minnesota
UN PRESS CONFERENCE
13 October 2006
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This media conference occurred at the UN on 13 October 2006 to discuss the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples including its history, significance and current status.
H.E. Mr Enrique Berruga, Permanent Representative of Mexico;
NWAC is deeply disturbed with the outcome of the United Nations vote on the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
November 29, 2006 - More than two decades of work to advance international human rights standards for the safety and well-being of Indigenous peoples including the human rights of Indigenous women was defeated in a vote against the Declaration today by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly.