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All our online documentation is in the "Online Documentation Center". Read the following questions about its use. If you don't find the document you are looking for, please ask documentaliste using the the online form or by phone.

 

How is the Online Documentation Center structured?

There is a common search form (read next question), and three tree-like classifiers: "Historical Documents", "Conferences" and "Organizations-Governments". Our online CENDOC is structured as follows :

 

  • The documentation relating to the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other documents about the history of Indigenous Peoples fundamental for their understanding can be found in "Historical documents".
  • Conference and other international meetings documents (Permanent Forum, WGIP, HRC) can be found in "Conferences". They are organized in an arborescence (hirerarchical tree) that respects the year and within it, usually the agenda items.
  • The same documents, as well as other ones produced outside of the conference background can also be visualized by entering the "Organizations - Governments" tab. This approach allows an overview of the statements and views of a specific government or organization.

 

How can I search a document? How does the Online doc "Search" function work?

Several options are possible: You can make « simple » searches (by exploiting only one field):

  • In the integral (full) text of the document
  • By author (persons or organizations)
  • By conference
  • By organization (which includes indigenous and international -including UN- organizations as well as governments
  • By subject
  • By language

In the simple search form (standard view), first choose the search index - plain text, author, conference or subject, then use "some" for results matching any of your keywords, or "all" for results that match all your keywords. Enter the keyword(s) and click on "Begin Search". It is not necessary to write the entire term you’re looking for. Thanks to truncation (sign "*" or asterisk) it is possible to find documents, for example on pygmees, by typing pygm*. Similarly, il you are searching for statements containing an exact expression, you can use quotation marks (“”). For exemple, to find documents with the expression “Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples", you can written it into quotation marks.

You may make more precise searches by combining words or fields. Advanced search can be chosen and its parameters defined by clicking on « Preferences ». If you choose a multi field search, you may use the « boolean » operators (AND, OR, AND NOT) to combine the fields.

  • AND specifies the search. Example : BELKACEM in "Author" AND Permanent forum|2007 in "Conferences" precisely allow to access to the statements of Mr Lounès during the 2007 Permanent Forum.
  • OR broadens the search. Example : Women in "Subjects" OR Water in another "Subjects" field give access to documents that cover these two themes indistinctly
  • AND NOT excludes an element from the search. Example : a request with Simat in the "Author" AND NOT Permanent forum|2007 in the "Conferences" field will find statements of Mary Simat in various conferences with the exception of the 2007 Permanent Forum.

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Troubles visualizing Online Documentation' page?

It's maybe causeb by browser compatibility problem. In this instance, please click here to open the Online Documentation in a new window.

I'm looking for a statement - where can I find it?

All our online documentation is in the "Online Documentation Center". Read the following questions about its use. If you don't find the document you are looking for, please ask documentaliste using the the online form or by phone.

 

How is the Online Documentation Center structured?

There is a common search form (read next question), and three tree-like classifiers: "Historical Documents", "Conferences" and "Organizations-Governments". Our online CENDOC is structured as follows :

 

  • The documentation relating to the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other documents about the history of Indigenous Peoples fundamental for their understanding can be found in "Historical documents".
  • Conference and other international meetings documents (Permanent Forum, WGIP, HRC) can be found in "Conferences". They are organized in an arborescence (hirerarchical tree) that respects the year and within it, usually the agenda items.
  • The same documents, as well as other ones produced outside of the conference background can also be visualized by entering the "Organizations - Governments" tab. This approach allows an overview of the statements and views of a specific government or organization.

 

How can I search a document? How does the Online doc "Search" function work?

Several options are possible: You can make « simple » searches (by exploiting only one field):

  • In the integral (full) text of the document
  • By author (persons or organizations)
  • By conference
  • By organization (which includes indigenous and international -including UN- organizations as well as governments
  • By subject
  • By language

In the simple search form (standard view), first choose the search index - plain text, author, conference or subject, then use "some" for results matching any of your keywords, or "all" for results that match all your keywords. Enter the keyword(s) and click on "Begin Search". It is not necessary to write the entire term you’re looking for. Thanks to truncation (sign "*" or asterisk) it is possible to find documents, for example on pygmees, by typing pygm*. Similarly, il you are searching for statements containing an exact expression, you can use quotation marks (“”). For exemple, to find documents with the expression “Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples", you can written it into quotation marks.

You may make more precise searches by combining words or fields. Advanced search can be chosen and its parameters defined by clicking on « Preferences ». If you choose a multi field search, you may use the « boolean » operators (AND, OR, AND NOT) to combine the fields.

  • AND specifies the search. Example : BELKACEM in "Author" AND Permanent forum|2007 in "Conferences" precisely allow to access to the statements of Mr Lounès during the 2007 Permanent Forum.
  • OR broadens the search. Example : Women in "Subjects" OR Water in another "Subjects" field give access to documents that cover these two themes indistinctly
  • AND NOT excludes an element from the search. Example : a request with Simat in the "Author" AND NOT Permanent forum|2007 in the "Conferences" field will find statements of Mary Simat in various conferences with the exception of the 2007 Permanent Forum.

To open a document, click on the little pdf icon : icone

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Troubles visualizing Online Documentation' page?

It's maybe causeb by browser compatibility problem. In this instance, please click here to open the Online Documentation in a new window.

I'm looking for a statement - where can I find it?

All our online documentation is in the "Online Documentation Center". Read the following questions about its use. If you don't find the document you are looking for, please ask documentaliste using the the online form or by phone.

 

How is the Online Documentation Center structured?

There is a common search form (read next question), and three tree-like classifiers: "Historical Documents", "Conferences" and "Organizations-Governments". Our online CENDOC is structured as follows :

 

  • The documentation relating to the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other documents about the history of Indigenous Peoples fundamental for their understanding can be found in "Historical documents".
  • Conference and other international meetings documents (Permanent Forum, WGIP, HRC) can be found in "Conferences". They are organized in an arborescence (hirerarchical tree) that respects the year and within it, usually the agenda items.
  • The same documents, as well as other ones produced outside of the conference background can also be visualized by entering the "Organizations - Governments" tab. This approach allows an overview of the statements and views of a specific government or organization.

 

How can I search a document? How does the Online doc "Search" function work?

Several options are possible: You can make « simple » searches (by exploiting only one field):

  • In the integral (full) text of the document
  • By author (persons or organizations)
  • By conference
  • By organization (which includes indigenous and international -including UN- organizations as well as governments
  • By subject
  • By language

In the simple search form (standard view), first choose the search index - plain text, author, conference or subject, then use "some" for results matching any of your keywords, or "all" for results that match all your keywords. Enter the keyword(s) and click on "Begin Search". It is not necessary to write the entire term you’re looking for. Thanks to truncation (sign "*" or asterisk) it is possible to find documents, for example on pygmees, by typing pygm*. Similarly, il you are searching for statements containing an exact expression, you can use quotation marks (“”). For exemple, to find documents with the expression “Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples", you can written it into quotation marks.

You may make more precise searches by combining words or fields. Advanced search can be chosen and its parameters defined by clicking on « Preferences ». If you choose a multi field search, you may use the « boolean » operators (AND, OR, AND NOT) to combine the fields.

  • AND specifies the search. Example : BELKACEM in "Author" AND Permanent forum|2007 in "Conferences" precisely allow to access to the statements of Mr Lounès during the 2007 Permanent Forum.
  • OR broadens the search. Example : Women in "Subjects" OR Water in another "Subjects" field give access to documents that cover these two themes indistinctly
  • AND NOT excludes an element from the search. Example : a request with Simat in the "Author" AND NOT Permanent forum|2007 in the "Conferences" field will find statements of Mary Simat in various conferences with the exception of the 2007 Permanent Forum.

To open a document, click on the little pdf icon : icone

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Troubles visualizing Online Documentation' page?

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I'm looking for a statement - where can I find it?

All our online documentation is in the "Online Documentation Center". Read the following questions about its use. If you don't find the document you are looking for, please ask documentaliste using the the online form or by phone.

 

How is the Online Documentation Center structured?

There is a common search form (read next question), and three tree-like classifiers: "Historical Documents", "Conferences" and "Organizations-Governments". Our online CENDOC is structured as follows :

 

  • The documentation relating to the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other documents about the history of Indigenous Peoples fundamental for their understanding can be found in "Historical documents".
  • Conference and other international meetings documents (Permanent Forum, WGIP, HRC) can be found in "Conferences". They are organized in an arborescence (hirerarchical tree) that respects the year and within it, usually the agenda items.
  • The same documents, as well as other ones produced outside of the conference background can also be visualized by entering the "Organizations - Governments" tab. This approach allows an overview of the statements and views of a specific government or organization.

 

How can I search a document? How does the Online doc "Search" function work?

Several options are possible: You can make « simple » searches (by exploiting only one field):

  • In the integral (full) text of the document
  • By author (persons or organizations)
  • By conference
  • By organization (which includes indigenous and international -including UN- organizations as well as governments
  • By subject
  • By language

In the simple search form (standard view), first choose the search index - plain text, author, conference or subject, then use "some" for results matching any of your keywords, or "all" for results that match all your keywords. Enter the keyword(s) and click on "Begin Search". It is not necessary to write the entire term you’re looking for. Thanks to truncation (sign "*" or asterisk) it is possible to find documents, for example on pygmees, by typing pygm*. Similarly, il you are searching for statements containing an exact expression, you can use quotation marks (“”). For exemple, to find documents with the expression “Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples", you can written it into quotation marks.

You may make more precise searches by combining words or fields. Advanced search can be chosen and its parameters defined by clicking on « Preferences ». If you choose a multi field search, you may use the « boolean » operators (AND, OR, AND NOT) to combine the fields.

  • AND specifies the search. Example : BELKACEM in "Author" AND Permanent forum|2007 in "Conferences" precisely allow to access to the statements of Mr Lounès during the 2007 Permanent Forum.
  • OR broadens the search. Example : Women in "Subjects" OR Water in another "Subjects" field give access to documents that cover these two themes indistinctly
  • AND NOT excludes an element from the search. Example : a request with Simat in the "Author" AND NOT Permanent forum|2007 in the "Conferences" field will find statements of Mary Simat in various conferences with the exception of the 2007 Permanent Forum.

To open a document, click on the little pdf icon : icone

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Troubles visualizing Online Documentation' page?

It's maybe causeb by browser compatibility problem. In this instance, please click here to open the Online Documentation in a new window.

I'm looking for a statement - where can I find it?

All our online documentation is in the "Online Documentation Center". Read the following questions about its use. If you don't find the document you are looking for, please ask documentaliste using the the online form or by phone.

 

How is the Online Documentation Center structured?

There is a common search form (read next question), and three tree-like classifiers: "Historical Documents", "Conferences" and "Organizations-Governments". Our online CENDOC is structured as follows :

 

  • The documentation relating to the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other documents about the history of Indigenous Peoples fundamental for their understanding can be found in "Historical documents".
  • Conference and other international meetings documents (Permanent Forum, WGIP, HRC) can be found in "Conferences". They are organized in an arborescence (hirerarchical tree) that respects the year and within it, usually the agenda items.
  • The same documents, as well as other ones produced outside of the conference background can also be visualized by entering the "Organizations - Governments" tab. This approach allows an overview of the statements and views of a specific government or organization.

 

How can I search a document? How does the Online doc "Search" function work?

Several options are possible: You can make « simple » searches (by exploiting only one field):

  • In the integral (full) text of the document
  • By author (persons or organizations)
  • By conference
  • By organization (which includes indigenous and international -including UN- organizations as well as governments
  • By subject
  • By language

In the simple search form (standard view), first choose the search index - plain text, author, conference or subject, then use "some" for results matching any of your keywords, or "all" for results that match all your keywords. Enter the keyword(s) and click on "Begin Search". It is not necessary to write the entire term you’re looking for. Thanks to truncation (sign "*" or asterisk) it is possible to find documents, for example on pygmees, by typing pygm*. Similarly, il you are searching for statements containing an exact expression, you can use quotation marks (“”). For exemple, to find documents with the expression “Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples", you can written it into quotation marks.

You may make more precise searches by combining words or fields. Advanced search can be chosen and its parameters defined by clicking on « Preferences ». If you choose a multi field search, you may use the « boolean » operators (AND, OR, AND NOT) to combine the fields.

  • AND specifies the search. Example : BELKACEM in "Author" AND Permanent forum|2007 in "Conferences" precisely allow to access to the statements of Mr Lounès during the 2007 Permanent Forum.
  • OR broadens the search. Example : Women in "Subjects" OR Water in another "Subjects" field give access to documents that cover these two themes indistinctly
  • AND NOT excludes an element from the search. Example : a request with Simat in the "Author" AND NOT Permanent forum|2007 in the "Conferences" field will find statements of Mary Simat in various conferences with the exception of the 2007 Permanent Forum.

To open a document, click on the little pdf icon : icone