UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 2023 – Indigenous Women
Date: April 21, 2023
Indigenous Women & The UN System
Indigenous women have always been part of their peoples’ struggles, whether nationally or at international fora. There is a legacy of extraordinary women, who came to the UN since the very first year of the Working Group on Indigenous Populations, in 1982 in Geneva, Switzerland. Today, at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Indigenous women participate in great numbers and have a strong voice.
UNPFII – UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 22nd Session: 17-28 April 2023
Theme: “Indigenous Peoples, human health, planetary and territorial health and climate change: a rights-based approach”.
CLICK THE LINK: https://social.desa.un.org/issues/indigenous-peoples/unpfii/unpfii-twenty-second-session-17-28-april-2023 & THEN CLICK FROM THE WEBSITE, THE ANSWERS TO THE INDIVIDUAL FORUM THEMES BELOW.
Programme of Work
Concept Notes for Dialogues
Enhanced Participation of Indigenous Peoples
Information Note for Participants
Media and Outreach
Indigenous Media Zone
Frequently Asked Questions