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ContributorsPerić, Tatjana
ContributorsAbdrakhmanov, Kairat
ContributorsRishmawi, Mona
ContributorsTsykarev, Alexey
ContributorsEgede Lynge, Aviâja
ContributorsChaudhuri, Jonodev
ContributorsTannagasheva, Yana
ContributorsBellegarde, Perry
ContributorsNuorgam, Ánne
ContributorsEdwards, Christie J.
Country CoverageOSCE region
Country CoverageRussian Federation
Country CoverageDenmark
Country CoverageCanada
Country CoverageUnited States
Country CoverageFinland
Accessioned Date2021-11-17T13:04:08Z
Availability Date2021-11-17T13:04:08Z
Issue Date2021-11-09
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/22880
NotesSpeakers: * 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
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."
Formatvideo
Languageen
Languageru
PublisherOSCE/ODIHR
Subject Keywordsintolerance
Subject Keywordscivil society
Subject Keywordshuman rights
Subject Keywordsminority rights
Subject Keywordsindigenous rights
Subject Keywordseconomic social and cultural rights
Subject Keywordscivil and political rights
Subject Keywordsaccess to education
Subject Keywordsaccess to justice
Subject KeywordsOSCE ODIHR
Subject Keywordsethnic and national minorities
Subject Keywordsindigenous peoples
Subject KeywordsSaami
Subject Keywordswomen
TitleAddressing Intolerance and Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples: Mapping the Situation in the OSCE Region
Material Typeconference materials
Meeting TitleAddressing Intolerance and Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples: Mapping the Situation in the OSCE Region
Corporate AuthorsOSCE ODIHR
Corporate AuthorsOSCE ODIHR Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department (TND)
Key IssuesRacism and xenophobia
Meeting Placeonline
Internal NotesThe 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 Description4p; video
Meeting Date2021-11-09
URL more informationhttps://www.osce.org/odihr/502846
See Alsoracism and xenophobia
See Alsotolerance
See Alsostereotype
See Alsohate speech
See Alsovictims
See Alsocitizenship
FulltextWith Fulltext
Fulltext Grantopen
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