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UNESCO Policy on Engaging with Indigenous Peoples - James Anaya
UNESCO Policy on Engaging with Indigenous Peoples - James Anaya

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James Anaya (USA), UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, speaking at the 36th General Conference side event entitled “Knowledge Systems, Knowledge Diversity, Knowledge Societies: Towards a UNESCO Policy on Engaging with Indigenous Peoples” held on Thursday 10 November 2011 at UNESCO headquarters.

Place/region: UNESCO HQ, United States of America
Type: Round table
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Authors and personalities: James Anaya, panellist.
Production: UNESCO TV, producer. UNESCO Natural Sciences Sector, sponsor.
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