International Commission for the Rights of Aboriginal Peoples (ICRA International)
Commission internationale pour les droits des peuples indigènes
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Conscious of human rights but also of human responsibilities, furnish a source of information on problems of ethnic minorities and aboriginal populations, for coordination of cooperative activities and campaigns launched by humanitarian organizations or in defence of human rights; sensitize public opinion and mobilize activities to ensure that peoples which have maintained harmonious equilibrium with nature and have much to teach the so-called civilized nations are not swallowed up or neglected; contribute to the promotion of indigenous cultures and to the protection of fundamental rights of people and peoples to exist, to assert their differences, to use their land and to self-determination.
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Headquarters in France with International Office in Paris (France). Network of indigenous correspondents. Autonomous affiliated departments (3): 'ICRA Info-Action'; K-XK0739 - AKASSA ONG Internationale; U-XK0740 - World Fund for the Safeguard of Indigenous Cultures (WOFIC). National sections (3). Regional and local groups in France. Commissions dealing with specific peoples (13): Karenni; Tuareg; Central America; Indonesia; Tibet; Nagaland; Mlabri; Ladakh; Australian Aborigines; Mountain People of Vietnam; Chile; Guyana; Pygmies; Nagaland.
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