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Cases examined by the Special Rapporteur (June 2009 – July 2010)

A/HRC/15/37/Add.1, 15 September 2010



I. Argentina: La situación de las repercusiones de desechos tóxicos en Abra Pampa, Jujuy

1. El 22 de enero de 2010, el Relator Especial sobre los derechos humanos y libertades fundamentales de los indígenas, James Anaya, junto con el Relator Especial sobre los efectos nocivos para el goce de los derechos humanos del traslado y vertimiento de productos y desechos tóxicos y peligrosos, Okechukwu Ibeanu, y el Relator Especial sobre el derecho de toda persona al disfrute del más alto nivel posible de salud física y mental, Anand Grover, llamó la atención del Gobierno de Argentina a información recibida en relación con las repercusiones de los supuestos desechos tóxicos producidos por la actividad minera sobre el pueblo indígena kolla y otras personas en Abra Pampa, en la provincia de Jujuy. El Gobierno de Argentina respondió mediante cartas con fecha de 12 de febrero de 2010, 25 de marzo de 2010 y 12 de mayo de 2010.

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II. Argentina: El supuesto desalojo y conflictividad territorial en la comunidad indígena mapuche Paisil-Antreao, Villa la Angostura, Neuquén

9. El 19 de enero de 2010, el Relator Especial sobre los derechos humanos y libertades fundamentales de los indígenas, James Anaya, llamó la atención del Gobierno de Argentina a la información recibida con respecto a la situación de desalojo y conflictividad territorial en la comunidad indígenas mapuche de Paisil-Antreao (también conocida como “Paichil Antriao”), Villa la Angostura, provincia de Neuquén. El Gobierno de Argentina respondió mediante una carta con fecha de 5 de febrero de 2010. Con base en este intercambio de información, el Relator Especial ha elaborado unas observaciones con una serie de recomendaciones, que fueron enviadas al Gobierno mediante una carta con fecha de 1 de abril de 2010. Posteriormente al envió de las observaciones del Relator Especial, el Gobierno proporcionó información adicional en tres distintas comunicaciones.

 

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IV. Bangladesh: Alleged violent attacks on Jumma villages in Rangamati and Khagrachari districts, Chittagong Hill Tracts

37. In a letter dated 5 March 2010, the Special Rapporteur on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, together with the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Phillip Alston, called the attention of the Government of Bangladesh to information received in relation to alleged attacks against indigenous peoples in 14 indigenous villages in Sajek Union, in the Rangamati district, Chittagong Hill Tracts.

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III. Australia: The Northern Territory Emergency Response

30. The Special Rapporteur on the situation of the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, issued a report with his observations on the Northern Territory Emergency Response (“NTER”), which is presented to the Human Rights Council this year (A/HRC/15/37.Add.4, Appendix B). The NTER is a suite of legislation and related government initiatives implemented in 2007, which are aimed at addressing conditions faced by indigenous peoples in the Northern Territory, but that contain several problematic aspects from an indigenous human rights standpoint.

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V. Brazil: Situation of the Belo Monte dam in the state of Pará

46. In a letter dated 6 April 2010, the Special Rapporteur on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, called to the attention of the Government of Brazil’s information received in relation to two development projects that significantly affect indigenous peoples in the country: the construction of the Belo Monte dam in the state of Pará, and the planned transposition of the São Francisco River (addressed in the following section). This communication followed the Special Rapporteur’s report on the situation of Indigenous peoples in Brazil (A/HRC/12/24/Add.2), made public in 2009, which made reference to these two situations.

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 VI. Brazil: Situation of the planned transposition of the São Francisco River

54. In a letter dated 6 April 2010, the Special Rapporteur on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, called to the attention of the Government of Brazil information received in relation to two development projects that significantly affect indigenous peoples in the country: the construction of the Belo Monte dam in the state of Pará (addressed in the previous section) and the planned transposition of the São Francisco River. This communication followed the report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of Indigenous peoples in Brazil (A/HRC/12/24/Add.2), made public in 2009, which made reference to these two situations. The Government of Brazil responded to the 6 April letter in a communication dated 8 June 2010. Additionally, the Special Rapporteur met with the President of the Brazilian National Foundation for Indigenous Issues (FUNAI) during the session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in April 2010, during which he received further information on the issues raised in his letter. The following provides the content of the information exchange in relation to the São Francisco River project.

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 VII. Brazil: Situation of indigenous peoples in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul

60. In a letter dated 15 March 2010, the Special Rapporteur on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, called the attention of the Government of Brazil to information received in relation to the alleged deteriorating human rights situation of indigenous peoples in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. This communication followed the report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of indigenous peoples in Brazil (A/HRC/12/24/Add.2), made public in 2009, which made reference to the situation in Mato Grosso do Sul. As of the completion of this report, there is no record of a response from the Government of Brazil.

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VIII. Cambodia: Cambodia land laws and policies and the situation concerning development in and around the Prey Lang Forest

65. In a letter, dated 7 September 2009, the Special Rapporteur on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, called the attention of the Government of Cambodia to information received in relation to development activities, including road construction and land concessions, in and around the Prey Lang Forest in Korripon Thom Province, Preach Vihear, and Kratie Provinces. This communication from the Special Rapporteur followed earlier ones addressing a sub-decree on registration of indigenous communal lands issued by the executive authority of Cambodia. The contents of these earlier letters, dated 19 May 2009 and 22 July 2008, were included in the Special Rapporteur’s 2009 Report to the Human Rights Council Report (A/HRC/12/34/Add.1, paras. 12-23).

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IX. Canada: Effect of increased Canadian border security on the Mohawk Nation

96. In a letter dated 12 February 2010, the Special Rapporteur on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, James Anaya, called the attention of the Government of Canada to information received in relation to the increased Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA) security at the Akwesasne Port of Entry to Canada and the United States located within Mohawk Nation Territory. The Government of Canada responded in a communication dated 14 April 2010. Furthermore, the Special Rapporteur discussed this case with representatives of the Government of Canada during the 9th session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in April 2010.

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