- 10 - Not be forcibly removed from their lands or territories
- 21.1 - The right to the improvement of economic and social conditions
- 23 - The right to determine and develop priorities and strategies
- 26 - The right to the lands, territories and resources
- 27 - Open and transparent process to recognize and adjudicate the rights of indigenous peoples
- 28 - The right to redress for lands, territories and resources taken or damaged
- 32 - Free and informed consent prior to the approval of projects affecting lands or territories and other resources
For details and background, see:
- Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (Wikipedia);
- The full text of the Declaration (pdf);
- The Indigenous peoples main page provided by OHCHR.
- The articles included here have been selected on the basis of the International Standards page, provided by OHCHR.
What are the stated objectives and aims of the agreement.
States where indigenous peoples live.
The indigenous peoples.
Values & Claims
Indigenous Peoples are equal to all other peoples, and their rights should be recognized accordingly.
Claims on land and territories(Entity Dictionary) is one area where the rights of indigenous peoples are often neglected.