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Informe EPU 2018: Vulneraciones a los derechos de los pueblos indígenas en la cuenca amazónica por inversiones chinas

El presente informe se ha elaborado con la participación de organizaciones indígenas y se basa en un análisis documental técnico de cinco casos emblemáticos sobre vulneración de derechos humanos de pueblos indígenas en la Cuenca Amazónica por parte de empresas de capitales chinos y con gestión de la República Popular China (RPCH). Estos derechos vulnerados son: Derecho a la vida, que implican la protección del derecho a un medio ambiente sano y equilibrado; y, el derecho a la No discriminación vinculado al derecho a participar en la vida cultural, vinculado con la efectividad de los derechos humanos de los pueblos indígenas.

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The present report has been developed with the participation of indigenous organizations and is based on a documental technical analysis of five emblematic cases of violation of indigenous peoples’ human rights in the Amazon Basin by companies with Chinese capital and management by the People’s Republic of China. The violated rights are: Right to life, which involves the protection of the right to a healthy and balanced environment; and the right to no discrimination linked to the right to participate in the cultural life, linked at the same time with the effectivity of indigenous people’s human rights.

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Uploaded on: Aug 27, 2020
Year Published: 2018


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Resource Type: Practitioner Resources Issues: Environmental Justice, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Indigenous Peoples' Rights, Policy Advocacy Tool Type: Reports / Research Languages: Spanish Regions: South America