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EMRIP: Information on the 11th session

EMRIP: Information on the 11th session

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Bibliography 17th session

This section provides some references for you to prepare in the best conditions for the conference. In overall, it contains the official documents of the UNPFII 17th session. After, it proposes a selection of the main documents related to this year's theme “Indigenous peoples’ collective rights to lands, territories and resources”. Resources are mainly taken from official sources in order to provide impartial and neutral information.

1. UNPFII 17th session related documents

  • E/C.19/2018/3: Compilation of information received from agencies, funds and programmes of the UN system and other intergovernmental bodies on progress in the implementation of the recommendations of the Permanent Forum:
  • E/C.19/2018/4: Compilation of information received from indigenous peoples' organizations:
  • E/C.2018/5: Seventeenth session theme "Indigenous peoples' collective rights to lands, territories and resources":
  • E/C.19/2018/7: International Expert Group Meeting on the theme "Sustainable Development in Territories of Indigenous Peoples":
  • E/C.19/2018/8: Action plan for organizing the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages:

2. Further references

  • 2001, E/CN.4/Sub.2/2001/21, Erica-Irene Daes, Indigenous peoples and their relationship to land: 
  • 2003, E/CN.4/2003/90, Stavenhagen R., The impact of large-scale development projects on human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous peoples and communities. Selected case studies: Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, India. Philippines. Dams, development and human rights:
  • 2004, E/CN.4/Sub.2/2004/30, Erica-Irene Daes, Indigenous peoples' permanent sovereignty over natural resources:
  • 2004, A/59/258, Stavenhagen R., Activities carried out during the period August 2001-10 August 2004. Progress and major human rights problems affecting indigenous peoples: rights to land, territory and access to natural resources; social organization and local government; administration of justice; the conflict between legislation and customary law; poverty and access to basic services; political representation, autonomy and self-determination; education and culture; indigenous women and girls:
  • 2007, UNPFII 7th session, special theme territories, land and natural resources:
  • 2007, A/HRC/4/32, Stavenhagen R., Human Rights Council, Recent trends concerning the situation of the rights of indigenous peoples of the world: recent norms and the implementation gap; the increased loss of lands; the impact of climate change; forest peoples; pastoralist peoples; peoples living in isolation; intellectual property rights; indigenous women; indigenous children; the future of the international protection of the rights of indigenous peoples:
  • 2014, World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, Round table 3 – Indigenous peoples' land, territories and natural resources , collection of statements:
  • 1993, Davis S, Indigenous Views of Land and the Environment. World Bank Discussion Paper 188:
  • 2012, International Finance Corporation, Performance Standard 37, Indigenous Peoples:

3. Further resources in the Docip online Documentation center