Strengthening Indigenous Peoples’ Capacity: Leadership and Rights

Although there is a significant number of international legal standards protecting indigenous peoples’ rights, implementation remains a challenge. Additionally, violations of those rights threaten the integrity of many indigenous peoples’ territories and communities. This webinar series explores international and regional indigenous human rights frameworks and how they can be applied nationally using specific examples. It highlights the mechanisms through which indigenous peoples’ communities can better access justice.
Subscribe
Notify of
*The views expressed in this public forum are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the United Nations, including UNDP, or the UN Member States.
23 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
BLAQ DEEN

Thank you Julie for the information about the certificates for this course. The course itself is quite informative.

Joel O Olanipekun

This is a nice webinar, good information. Thank you!

Rama Kant Prasad Gupta

I have compete the unit and did not receive a certificate. Thanks

Julie Kapuvari

Dear Rama,
This is a webinar series and a certificate is not issued. Thank you for being part of the LfN community.

NIRANJAN MAJHI

Knowledgeable session

Izhar Ullah

Good session

said hamouch

I finished the unit and did not receive a certificate

Julie Kapuvari

Dear Said,
This is a webinar series and a certificate is not issued. Thank you for being part of the LfN community.

Salkapuram Sunitha

Will you give certificate or not

Julie Kapuvari

Dear Salkapuram,
This is a webinar series and a certificate is not issued. Thank you for being part of the LfN community.

Raphael Chapman

Really wish there was a certificate for this – absolutely loved it and would love to learn more on legal representation for tribes dealing with extractive industries.

James David

Hello,
It is a good course. I have completed it and can’t access a certificate, anyone knows why.!!!

Julie Kapuvari

Dear James,
This is a webinar series and a certificate is not issued. Thank you for being part of the LfN community.

Ye Myint Tun

Myanmar’s population encompasses over 100 different ethnic groups. Myanmar has adopted the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, but the country’s indigenous peoples are still facing a number of challenges, among others in relation to armed conflict, human rights violations and land rights.