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Docip’s technical secretariat at the EMRIP


During the 8th session of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Docip sets up a technical secretariat to the attention of the indigenous delegates. Docip’s technical secretariat is located in the building E, 2nd floor, room E-2064.

Logistical services

  • Translations to and from English, French, Spanish and Russian
  • Interpretation to and from English, French, Spanish and Russian for informal meetings
  • Information on EMRIP 8th session
  • IT support
  • Guidance for new participants
  • Photocopies and other administrative tasks

     

In order to provide these services, Docip’s technical secretariat puts the following at the disposal of indigenous peoples:

  • Workspaces
  • Several computers and a printer
  • Internet connection
  • Photocopiers
  • Office supplies

     

Documentation services

Docip gathers, files and posts on line, as soon as possible once received, all the declarations read during the EMRIP. They will be available from the documentary database of Docip’s website, by going on www.docip.org, to Documentation –> online documentation -> Conferences -> Human Rights Council -> Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples -> 2015 – 8th session. You will also find there the reference and related documents, including the provisional agenda and the proposed organisation of work.

We thank you in advance for giving a copy (paper or electronic) of your statements to Docip so that they can be published online in Docip’s documentary database and thus preserved in the long term. You can send your statements by email to documentation@docip.org. We precise that all statements will be kept in Docip and that only those read during the session will be published on our website.