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New study from ILC on indigenous peoples’ rights to lands, territories, and resources

The study, prompted by the ILC Antigua Declaration 2013, assesses international and regional-level approaches and mechanisms for addressing concerns related to indigenous lands, territories, and resources. It also provides an extensive regional review, showing how the situation of indigenous peoples relates to global issues like women’s land rights, environment, and climate change.


December 4, 2013 | Namati


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