James Anaya

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Country Reports

COUNTRY REPORTS
The Special Rapporteur's country reports evaluate the situations of indigenous peoples in selected countries and offer recommendations to governments and other actors on how to address particular matters of concern within the framework of applicable international standards. These reports are based on information gathered during the Special Rapporteur's visits to the countries as well as on independent research conducted by him and his support team on the relevant issues, peoples and locations

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1 The situation of indigenous peoples in Panama
2 The situation of indigenous peoples in Canada
3 The situation of indigenous peoples in El Salvador
4 The situation of indigenous peoples in Namibia
5 The situation of indigenous peoples in the United States of America
6 The situation of indigenous peoples in Argentina
7 The situation of Kanak people in New Caledonia, France.
8 The situation of indigenous peoples in the Republic of the Congo
9 The situation of Maori People in New Zealand (2011)
10 The situation of the Sami people in the Sápmi region of Norway, Sweden and Finland (2011)
11 Preliminary Note on situation of indigenous peoples in New Zealand, 2010
12 Preliminary Note on situation of the Sami people in the Sápmi region of Norway, Sweden, and Finland
13 Situation of indigenous peoples in the Russian Federation, 2010
14 The situation of indigenous peoples in Botswana, 2010
15 Report on the situation of indigenous peoples in Australia, 2010
16 Situation of indigenous peoples in Colombia, 2010
17 The situation of indigenous peoples in Chile, 2009
18 Report on the situation of human rights of indigenous peoples in Brazil, 2009
19 Report on the situation of indigenous peoples in Nepal, 2009
 

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