[AITPN has Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)]
 
 

   

AITPN AT THE UNITED NATIONS


   
 

The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) during its substantive session in July 2002 granted Special Consultative Status to AITPN.

Since its formation, AITPN has been actively involved with various mechanisms of the United Nations.

 


United Nations

  • The use of UN human rights mechanisms by indigenous peoples: Past practices and emerging challenges, May 2002

  • The World Bank Defaults on Past Promises, October 2001

  • The WCAR: Looking Beyond Apartheid, January 2001

 

United Nations Commission on Human Rights

61st Session, 14 March - 22 April 2005
Written Statements

60th Session, 15 March -  22 April 2004
Written Statements

59th Session, 17 March-23 April 2003


Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Second Session, 12-23 May 2003

  • Oral Intervention on Agenda Item 4(a): Economic and social development
  • Oral Intervention on Agenda Item 4(c): Health
  • Oral Intervention on Agenda Item 4(d): Human Rights
  • Oral Intervention on Agenda Item 4(d): Human rights 
  • Oral intervention on agenda item 5: Methods of work of the Permanent Forum and the United Nations system 

First Session, 13-24 May 2002

  • Clarifications on the Unedited Version of the report of the first session of the PFII, June 2002
  • Statement at the first session of the PFII on separate secretariat of the Forum, May 2002
  • AITPN's oral intervention on the revision of the WB's Indigenous peoples policy at the 1st session of the PFII, May 2002

Lobbying for establishment of PFII

  • PFII: Perspectives and challenges, April 2002
  • The issue of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues during the meeting of the Heads of UN agencies in Nairobi, 3 April 2001
  • Permanent Forum: Chasing the mirage, May 2001
  • The Permanent Forum: The possible positions, December 1999

Second Decade of the World's Indigenous People

Review of the First Decade


Working Group on Indigenous Populations

The Universality of Indigenous Peoples: A submission  to Sub-Commission on Human Rights on the "study on treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements between States and indigenous populations", February 1999

 
 


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