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Beijing Declaration Of Indigenous Women

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One of the most active and effective groups at the Womens NGO Forum were the indigenous women. They organized activities such as workshops and cultural events in the indigenous Womens Tent. After many days of discussion, they also issued a Beijing Declaration of Indigenous Women which comprehensively sets out the major global and national causes of their plight. The Declaration, signed by 118 indigenous groups from 27 Southern and Northern countries, is published in this appendix.

Keywords: Beijing declaration; indigenous women

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