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Europäisches Netzwerk für indigene Völker (ENIP)

ENIP existiert, um gemeinsam die Rechte indigener Völker, die von Europa betroffen sind, zu fördern.

Wir wollten sicherstellen, dass alle europäischen Akteure die Rechte indigener Völker weltweit gewährleisten, achen und schützen.

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Mitglieder

ENIPs aktuelle Mitgliedsorganisationen sind:

History of ENIP

The groups involved in ENIP have worked together for many years, collaborating on different project areas, including advocacy around the drafting of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.  The groups have much in common, as despite being based in different European countries we all have a strong focus on indigenous solidarity. However, the first key meeting with a European focus of ENIP’s members took place in Brussels in March 2013, at a conference convened by the European Union (EU) which had a strong focus on project funding for indigenous peoples.  The focus of the meeting allowed us to review the joint opportunities for influencing European and EU policy. Considering the history of indigenous issues within the EU, we noted that there had been some very positive work done in the past. Yet, we believed that indigenous issues were not being advanced as well as possible at the present. We therefore decided to coordinate to ensure that indigenous issues are promoted within the EU bureaucracy, and at the level of European government. ENIP had its founding meeting at the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in May 2013. We set ourselves various goals, to review indigenous peoples’ policy and coordinate around advocacy for EU & EU member states. The first joint activity was a meeting organised at the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples Preparatory Conference in Alta  in June 2013, and subsequent meetings have taken place either at significant events, such as the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights in Geneva in December 2013, or at the offices of the different organisations.

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Members

ENIP’s current member organisations are:

 

 

Privado: Boletines mensuales de la Red sobre derechos de los pueblos indígenas

Boletines mensuales de la Red sobre derechos de los pueblos indígenas, empresas y autodesarrollo sostenible.

La Red sobre derechos de los pueblos indígenas, empresas y autodesarrollo sostenible conecta las actividades de organizaciones indígenas, de apoyo y otras redes interesadas en sus temas de trabajo, incluida ENIP. Almáciga, como organización facilitadora de la Red, publica mensualmente unos boletines informativos electrónicos con información de interés para sus socios. Puede remitirse información y documentación a almaciga@almaciga.org

Monthly Bulletins of the Network on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Business and Self-Determined Development (in Spanish)

The Network on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Business and Self-Determined Development connects the various activities developed by Indigenous organizations, support groups and other Networks interested in its thematic work, including ENIP. Almáciga, as the facilitating NGO of the Network, publishes a monthly electronic Bulletin providing information and updates to its members. Information and documentatio can be sent to almaciga@almaciga.org

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Web site: http://www.infoe.de

European Network on Indigenous Peoples (ENIP)

ENIP exists to collectively promote the rights of indigenous peoples as they are affected by Europe.

We strive to ensure that all European actors fulfil, respect and protect the rights of indigenous peoples globally.

 

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A European NGO Network on Indigenous Peoples