Report: Indigenous Peoples and the Extractive Sector - Towards a Respecting Engagement

Source: 
Tebtebba Foundation, Indigenous Peoples Links (PIPLinks), Middlesex University

The report provides an overview of the present state of play of the extractive industries in relation to indigenous peoples, concluding with a set of recommendations aimed at the 2014 World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, and it also addresses the implications of the Post-2015 Development Agenda for
the realization of indigenous peoples’ rights, and the reasons why indigenous rights, particulatly in relation to the extractive industries must feature in the associated Sustainable Development Goals.

Download the full pdf web version of the report (1.8Mb) here.

A PowerPoint presentation summarising the report can be downloaded here. (360Kb)

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Date of publication: 
19 September, 2014
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