Indigenous Peoples Rights
Indigenous peoples’ rights is a part of human rights concerned with fostering peace among the different cultures and people of the world. In 1994 in Geneva, Switzerland, the International Covenant on the Rights of Indigenous Nations was drafted marking the first modern international law dealing with indigenous rights.
rfkcenter: #SpeakTruthToPower contributes to making young people committed to strengthening human rights in their environment http://t.co/Kz8YvRHI7c
rfkcenter: "The struggle for #humanrights is global, but it starts locally"- Nisha Besara, Postcode Lottery Culture Foundation http://t.co/Kz8YvRHI7c
rfkcenter: @Fryshuset will bring #SpeakTruthToPower to schools & youth orgs across @Sweden http://t.co/Kz8YvRHI7c @STTP_Sweden #edchat
rfkcenter: RFK Center is partnering w/ @Fryshuset to bring #HumanRights education to @Sweden http://t.co/Kz8YvRHI7c @STTP_Sweden #edchat
rfkcenter: RFK International House of #HumanRights facility at Le Murate includes 12 rooms housing visiting activists http://t.co/m60o2fj5sj @RFKEurope
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