Minority Groups and Indigenous Peoples

02 May 2017 | Mirna Cunningham Kai, indigenous peoples rights activist and former Chairperson of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

From my lifelong experiences, being an advocate for the rights of some of the most marginalized peoples, allow me to share what I have learned and

The Slovakia 1998 NHDR draws the attention to some human development problems whose solutions are perceived by the Slovak citizens as the most urgent.

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The seventh National Human Development Report of Guatemala addresses the question of ethnic-cultural diversity. In Guatemala, there are strong links between ethnic diversity/racism and inequality, which can be traced back to the Spanish conquest in the 16th century.

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Racism, poverty and violence: The Report analyzes racial inequalities in such areas as income, education, health, employment, housing and violence, and concludes that black people in Brazil face more difficult human development conditions in all of these areas.

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Mexico

El Informe sobre Desarrollo Humano de los Pueblos Indígenas en México.

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