International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. 5-day Webinar, Delhi 2020.
Thank You for participating in the Webinar on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 2020.
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Day-one. 1st August (Theme: Indigenous Peoples: Global and Local)
Day-two. 2nd August (Theme: Indigenous Youth: Fusion of Traditions and Modernity)
Day-three. 7th August (Theme: Role of Indigenous Women in Socio-Cultural Development)
Day-four. 8th August (Theme: Indigenous Peoples and Traditional Knowledge System)
Day-five. 9th August (Theme: Indigenous Languages and Indigenous Identity)
Day-five. 9th August (Theme: Virtual Celebration of IDWIP 2020)
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Dept. of Tribal Studies, Indian Social Institute New Delhi; India Indigenous Peoples, Delhi Adivasi Yuva, All Santal Association, Delhi, Kurukh Literary Society of India, Delhi Sarna Samaj, Gond MahaSabha, Delhi, Ho Disum, WAKT_Khadia, Munda Sasan Kiran Jumba, Akhil Bharatiya Gond MahaSabha, Delhi, INPI, (Kuki) Manipur-Delhi, Delhi Adivasi Yuva, Hockey Association of Chotanagpur Tribals, Indian Confederation of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples (ICITP)
The International Day of the World’s Indigenous People is celebrated on August 9 each year to recognize the first UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations meeting in Geneva in 1982. On December 23, 1994, the UN General Assembly decided that the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People should be observed on August 9 annually during the International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People.
In 2004 the assembly proclaimed the Second International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People (2005-2014). The assembly also decided to continue observing the International Day of Indigenous People annually during the second decade. The decade’s goal was to further strengthen international cooperation for solving problems faced by indigenous peoples in areas such as culture, education, health, human rights, the environment, and social and economic development.
In April 2000, the Commission on Human Rights adopted a resolution to establish the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues that was endorsed by the Economic and Social Council. The forum’s mandate is to discuss indigenous issues related to culture, economic and social development, education, the environment, health and human rights.