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Indigenous Peoples at the EUThe European Parliament has supported the creation of Docip Office in Brussels which aims at facilitating the collaboration between indigenous peoples and the EU institutions. This section presents our activities in the European Union.

Indigenous Peoples at the EU


The European Parliament has supported the creation of Docip Office in Brussels which aims at facilitating the collaboration between indigenous peoples and the EU institutions. This section presents our activities in the European Union.

To be a Docip volunteer involves putting one’s skills at the service of indigenous delegates during their participation in the UN arena.

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The European Union offers several possibilities of action for indigenous representatives willing to make their voice heard in the European institutions. You will find hereafter information about the European system, and some advices on how to deal with the European Union. Read more ...

Taking action in the EU

Due to its parliamentary structure, the European system presents several specificities and possibilities for action in relation to the United Nations system. Read more ...

The EU system

As part of its mandate to facilitate relations between the EU and indigenous peoples, Docip provides direct assistance to delegates who wish to inform the EU of local issues having an impact on their communities. Read more ...

Indigenous Peoples' Meetings with the EU