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Information managementTo stay informed and to receive timely, summarized and rigorous information on indigenous themes

Information management


To stay informed and to receive timely, summarized and rigorous information on indigenous themes

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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Timely information

Docip daily receives a variety of information via its various networks (e.g., the United Nations; other international and regional organizations; indigenous organizations; etc.). We select, adapt and translate these messages regarding Indigenous Peoples in order to then disseminate them throughout our international network. Our mass mailings concern in particular the sessions and activities of international organizations, treaty bodies and charter bodies, upcoming civil society consultations, the publication of practical guides for civil society, side events, indigenous caucus meetings, available training on various themes, etc. In addition, Docip fields daily requests for information and a wide variety of other queries, and you are welcome to contact us if you have difficulty with your search for information. Our work to provide timely information is conducted to the extent possible in 4 languages (French, English, Spanish and Russian).

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Social networks

Docip’s presence on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube aims to offer our users and visitors timely, truthful, varied and rigorous information. The published information is pre-selected and introduced to the extent possible in 4 languages (French, English, Spanish and Russian). This mainly includes information about international conferences, recent publications of international organizations on Indigenous Peoples, photos recording Docip’s activities, etc.

Refer to the column at left, where you can: click on the Facebook icon to like our page, subscribe to our Twitter feed, and visit our YouTube page.

Agenda

Every year, Docip publishes an Agenda containing information about upcoming meetings and events that may be of interest to Indigenous Peoples. The publication is available on our website, but it is also distributed through mass emails and made available in hard copy during international conferences where Docip’s technical secretariat is present. The Agenda is published in 4 languages (French, English, Spanish and Russian).

Update

Docip publishes the Update once a year. Also available in 4 languages (French, English, Spanish and Russian), the Update contains unpublished information on UN discussions concerning Indigenous Peoples. This involves neutral information that is recorded, transcribed and summarized to provide Indigenous Peoples and other civil society or international actors with rigorous content on the discussions that have been held during the course of the year. With the Update, those who are unable to participate in international conferences may nevertheless stay informed on these discussions.

Summary Notes

The summary notes are reports of the most important UN meetings on indigenous rights and are issued twice a year. They are only available in an electronic version and sent by mail.