Minorities

In recent years issues affecting indigenous peoples have received growing national and international attention and significant progress has been made towards the promotion of their rights. In this process, encouraging as it is, indigenous children have not always received the distinct consideration theydeserve. In some cases, their particular situation has been obscured by other issues of broader concern to indigenous peoples, including land rights and political representation. Such concerns are, of course, fundamental to indigenous communities, but it is nonetheless crucial that they are considered together with targeted action to safeguard the distinct identity of indigenous children and to promote the realization of their human rights.

Projects 1997-1999

The rights of minority, indigenous and migrant children
Archived projects