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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Indigenous leaders from North, Central, and South America met with government and Organization of American States (OAS) functionaries...read more
Statement issued by the Indian Law Resource Center and Métis National Council
* The OAS and OAS member states must respect indigenous human rights and adopt a
* strong American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
President Obama has an opportunity to send the world a message about American justice.
September 13, 2007, the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in an historic vote. The Declaration was adopted by a substantial majority of nation states, with 143 voting in favor, 4 against, and 11 abstaining. The Declaration was forwarded to ...
February 23, 2008 | Helena Independent Record article by Marga Lincoln
More than one in three Native American women will be sexually assaulted in their lifetimes.
And 80 percent of the assaults will be committed by non-Indians.
These startling statistics, based on U.S....read more
February 1, 2008
Delegation Asks United Nations to Intervene on Violence Against Native Women
HELENA, Mont. - A delegation of experts will be attending the upcoming session of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) in Geneva in...
John Lewis, long-time Board member of the Indian Law Resource Center, passed away at home in Manhattan on February 22, 2008. His dedication to the Center, to Indian peoples, and to human rights in his life and legal work will long be remembered. He was a dear friend.