Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22880
Title: Addressing Intolerance and Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples: Mapping the Situation in the OSCE Region
Contributors: Perić, Tatjana 
Abdrakhmanov, Kairat 
Rishmawi, Mona 
Tsykarev, Alexey 
Egede Lynge, Aviâja 
Chaudhuri, Jonodev 
Tannagasheva, Yana 
Bellegarde, Perry 
Nuorgam, Ánne 
Edwards, Christie J. 
Corporate Authors: OSCE ODIHR 
OSCE ODIHR Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department (TND) 
Subject Keywords: intolerance ; civil society ; human rights ; minority rights ; indigenous rights ; economic social and cultural rights ; civil and political rights ; access to education ; access to justice ; OSCE ODIHR ; ethnic and national minorities ; indigenous peoples ; Saami ; women
See Also: racism and xenophobia ; tolerance ; stereotype ; hate speech ; victims ; citizenship
Key Issues: Racism and xenophobia
Issue Date: 9-Nov-2021
Publisher: OSCE/ODIHR
Material Type: conference materials
Format: video
Language: English ; Russian
Meeting Title: Addressing Intolerance and Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples: Mapping the Situation in the OSCE Region 
Meeting Date: 2021-11-09
Meeting Place: online
Country Coverage: OSCE region 
Russian Federation 
Denmark 
Canada 
United States 
Finland 
URL more information: https://www.osce.org/odihr/502846
Abstract: "The participating States of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) have committed to ensuring the human rights and fundamental freedoms of everyone within their territory and subject to their jurisdiction, without distinction of any kind. Recognizing that persons belonging to indigenous populations may experience specific difficulties in exercising their rights, they affirmed that OSCE commitments apply fully and without discrimination to such persons. Nevertheless, across the world, including the OSCE region, indigenous peoples face intolerance and discrimination in various forms and expressions. To open a discussion on this topic and foster the exchange of information, the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) will convene an online conference entitled “Addressing Intolerance and Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples: Mapping the Situation in the OSCE Region” on 9 November 2021."
Notes: Speakers: * Ambassador Kairat Abdrakhmanov, OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities * Mona Rishmawi, Chief, Rule of Law, Equality and Non-Discrimination Branch, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) * Alexey Tsykarev, member of the Karelian indigenous people; Vice Chair, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues; Chair, Center for Support of Indigenous Peoples and Civic Diplomacy “Young Karelia,” Russian Federation * Aviâja Egede Lynge, member of the Inuit indigenous people; social anthropologist, human rights defender and national children’s rights advocate, Greenland, Denmark * Jonodev Chaudhuri, Ambassador, Muscogee (Creek) Nation; Principal, Chaudhuri Law, United States * Yana Tannagasheva, member of the Shor indigenous people, Russian Federation * Chief Perry Bellegarde (Cree and Nakota), Former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Canada * Ánne Nuorgam, Head, Human Rights Unit, Saami Council
Internal Notes: The webinar took place on Zoom, with simultaneous interpretation in English, Russian and International Sign Language, as well as live stream on ODIHR’s Facebook page (in English).
Physical Description: 4p; video
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22880
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