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DECLARATION AMERICAINE RELATIVE DROITS PEUPLES AUTOCHTONES [1 record]

Record 1 2001-10-22

English

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The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights approved the American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in February, 1997. Drafted by the member states of the Organization of American States, the Declaration acknowledges the distinctive character of indigenous peoples, and established specific guidelines for the protection and empowerment of Aboriginals in all countries of the Hemisphere.

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La Commission interaméricaine des droits de l'homme a signé en février 1997, la Déclaration américaine relative aux droits des peuples autochtones. Élaborée par les pays membres de l'OEA, elle reconnaît le caractère particulier des peuples autochtones et établit des principes directeurs précis pour la protection et l'autonomisation des Autochtones dans tous les pays de l'hémisphère.

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