United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
MUNUSAL 2022 will simulate the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the International Labour Organization on site and the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues online, all in English and the Organization of American States in Spanish. The press team, The Globe, will publish articles in both English and Spanish.
Right to Political Participation and Development of Indigenous Women
Political participation of women is a fundamental right, and ensuring its exercise is an obligation of the State. Indigenous women have been immersed in a private world and their contribution to the development of society has not been visible, as they have been reduced to their reproductive capacities. Devaluated and subordinated to male power, women have experienced discrimination and violation of their individual and social rights.
The UNPFII is working on the recognition of political rights of indigenous women. As such, the committee will focus on ensuring political rights under the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, and reinforcing the position of women in local and national political life.
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Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact
East and Central African Association for Indigenous Rights
Indian Council of South America
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs
Minority Rights Group International
Native Women’s Association of Canada