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Indigenous Global Day: More visibility pairs with harder criminalisation:Today we celebrate that 10 years ago the most advanced and comprehensive instrument on the rights of indigenous peoples, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), was adopted. Almost 100 years after the first indigenous demand in the United Nations system, the indigenous struggle continues at the forefront of global challenges.

In 1923, Deskaheh, the Iroquois indigenous leader of Canada became the first man in the world to take his claim for the recognition of indigenous rights to the United Nations (back then the League of Nations). His request was simple and clear: to live under indigenous laws and faith on their own territory. Although he spent more than one year in Europe, he was not officially welcomeD and his claims were not heard. Deskaheh died in 1925 in

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Indigenous Global Day: More visibility pairs with harder criminalisation:Today we celebrate that 10 years ago the most advanced and comprehensive instrument on the rights of indigenous peoples, the U(UNDRIP), was adopted. Almost 100 years after the first indigenous demand in the United Nations system, the indigenous struggle continues at the forefront of global challenges.
In 1923, Deskaheh, the Iroquois indigenous leader of Canada became the first man in the world to taketo the United Nations (back then the League of Nations). His request was simple and clear: to live under indigenous laws and faith on their own territory. Although he spent more than one year in Europe, he was not officially welcomeD and his claims were not heard. Deskaheh died in 1925 in Indigenous Global Day: More visibility pairs with harder criminalisation:Today we celebrate that 10 years ago the most advanced and comprehensive instrument on the rights of indigenous peoples, the U(UNDRIP), was adopted.