First visit to Argentina by a UN expert on indigenous peoples

By | 24 November, 2011

argentinaGENEVA (24 November 2011) – The UN Special Rapporteur James Anaya will visit Argentina from 27 November to 7 December 2011 to discuss the general situation of the country’s indigenous peoples, including issues such as their right to lands and natural resources.

During my mission, I will analyze the situation of indigenous peoples, who are among the most vulnerable and marginalized groups worldwide,” said Mr. Anaya upon announcing the first visit to Argentina by an independent expert appointed by the UN Human Rights Council to investigate the rights of indigenous peoples.

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