The aim of this Catalogue is to rapidly make accessible the different Indigenous Peoples websites and those concerning their issues at an international level.
The websites are classified in two ways :
- per regions : links categorized on the Indigenous regions as defined by the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues;
- per issues : here, the links are designed in such a way to allow the user to be directly linked with the part of the homepage concerning the theme under examination. This means that one website can be mentioned in different categories, referring to different parts of the same site.
After each website name, the letters in brackets indicate the other languages in which the web page is available : E = English; S = Spanish; F = French; R = Russian; P = Portuguese; D = Dutch. We also have a special mention when a website in is one language but includes documents in other languages.
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DoCip's online catalogue mainly exists thanks to Stefan Disko, its main artisan. Stefan, thank you! The translations have been done by Camille Egger and Belén Nion. Coordination : Pierrette Birraux.
doCip's online catalogue has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Community, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and Rights and Democracy (Canada). We would like to express our warmest thanks to these donors.
The views expressed herein are those of doCip or external authors and can therefore in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Commission.