The University of Arizona Law’s Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program is honored to be hosting the mandate of United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, José Francisco Calí Tzay, for his three-year UN General Assembly appointed term. This is the second time IPLP has been asked to host the UN Special Rapporteur's mandate, having supported former University of Arizona Law Regents Professor James Anaya, who served as Special Rapporteur from 2008-2014.
Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples & Lecturer in Law and Associate Director, IPLP Human Rights Clinical Programs
Call for Inputs
Virtual consultation with the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples on Tourism and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Green financing, a just transition to protect Indigenous Peoples’ rights
Call for Inputs: Report to the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly - Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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ILO constituents discuss progress and challenges in the implementation of Convention 169 on indigenous peoples in Latin America
Representatives of Governments, employers' and workers' organizations from 12 Latin American countries participated in the regional forum-workshop: Progress and challenges in the implementation of the Convention on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples, 1989 (No. 169) in Latin America
Sign this petition - STOP Eviction of the Mau OGIEK and Forest Communities in Kenya
Stop the evictions of Ogiek and all forest communities that have been living in harmony with nature for generations. These communities are the guardians of the forest, protecting its biodiversity and ecosystem services. They have customary rights to their lands and resources, which are recognized by international law and the Constitution.
Green Colonialisms’ Effects on Pastoralist and Indigenous Women in East Africa
In this roundtable three women from indigenous peoples in East Africa will discuss the impacts of green colonialism on themselves and their communities with three experts who work with the UN Special Procedures.