UN Special Rapporteur

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Namibia: UN expert calls for greater inclusion of indigenous peoples at all levels

Aid money used to support Australian mining interests in Africa

Statement by Professor James Anaya at Forum on Business and Human Rights 2012

Indigenous Peoples Rights’ Reaffirmed By UN Rapporteur, Panellists, At WIPO

London launch of research paper on indigenous peoples and mining

Makita Makes Submission to UN Special Rapporteur

Report asking for Free Prior Informed Consent to become a reality launched in London

Fears Peru's Gas Expansion will Generate Conflict in UNESCO World Heritage Site

Mexico: Wixarika Highlight Human Rights Violations

Australia: Mining benefits 'not getting to Indigenous people'

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