UN Indigenous Peoples’ Partnership publishes its Success Stories in preparation for 2014 Policy Board

20 Jan 2014
UN Indigenous Peoples’ Partnership publishes its Success Stories in preparation for 2014 Policy Board

The United Nations Peoples’ Partnership (UNIPP) Technical Secretariat has recently published the UNIPP Success Stories ahead of its first 2014 Policy Board meeting. This publication outlines some of the concrete contributions made with support of UNIPP funding towards reaching the objectives of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples to be held in New York in September 2014. Launched in May 2011, the UNIPP aims to promote and protect the rights of indigenous peoples, taking as a cornerstone their right to participate in decision-making, the state’s duty to consult, and the principle of free, prior and informed consent (FPIC). It works primarily at country-level, supporting activities carried out at regional and global levels. For more information on UNIPP and to access other UNIPP communication materials, please click here.

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