Americas: Solutions to the historic violation of Indigenous rights will only be found through respectful dialogue, in good faith, with Indigenous peoples
Indigenous Peoples in the Americas have long experienced marginalisation and discrimination. Denied a voice in decisions which affect their lands, lives and livelihoods, Indigenous Peoples are disproportionately affected by poverty, even when living in areas rich in minerals and other natural resources. In this document, on the International Day of the World\'s Indigenous People, Amnesty International highlights some of the cases documented by the organisation. Their nuances and differences typify the unjust and continuing pattern of human rights violations described.
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- Chad: Activist’s whereabouts unknown after arrest: Maoundoe Decladore Djikoldingam
- WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS - ADVANCING ACCOUNTABILITY AND REMEDY FOR CORPORATE CRIMES THROUGH EFFECTIVE AND PRO-ACTIVE CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT- WRITTEN STATEMENT TO HRC 35
- Georgia: Teacher at risk if extradited to Turkey: Mustafa Çabuk