Presented by Caren Thomas, Francisca Rosales and Samantha Orozco
This report was drafted by Broken Chalk to contribute to the call for inputs to analyze the status of the rights of Indigenous Peoples worldwide in the achievement of the ends of the Declaration, focusing on one or more interrelated articles of the Declaration. Broken Chalk is an organisation that fights against violations of Human Rights and improving the quality of education around the globe.
Despite the efforts, a significant gap persists in the obligations of different regional human rights systems to establish binding bodies and enforce their resolutions, hindering the effective safeguarding of indigenous rights. While regional bodies acknowledge the binding nature of the ILO 169 convention, shortcomings, particularly in Latin America, where domestic laws lack regulation of procedures, impede policy implementation.7A_Call_for_inputs_on_establishing_effective_mechanisms_at_the_national_and_regional_levels_for_implementation_of_United_Nations_Declaration_on_the_rights_of_Indigenous_Peoples
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