This report addresses the pattern of pervasive, long-standing and inter-connected violations or denials of the rights of indigenous peoples in the Republic of Costa Rica, and the ongoing situation of impunity in which they occur and persist.
A Report on the Situation of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Suriname and Comments on Suriname’s 13th ‐ 15th Periodic Reports (CERD/C/SUR/13‐15)
This request is submitted by the Association of Saramaka Authorities, an association representing the traditional authorities of the Saramaka people, and the Forest Peoples Programme.
Association of Saramaka Authorites and FPP request to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) under the Urgent Action and Early Warning procedures made in relation to Suriname's failure to implement the Saramaka People v. Suriname judgment of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR).
Submission to CERD (Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination).
See CERD response 27 August 2010 (related documents)
Letter from CERD requesting Brazil's response to previous requests for confirmation that non-indigenous occupants have been removed from the area, that violence against indigenous peoples has been halted, and that indigenous peoples' consent is being obtained prior to the undertaking of construction and national park projects in Raposa Serra do Sol.
in response to Argentina's periodic report.
Following the submission of July 2009 (see related reports), and CERD's subsequent Concluding Observations of September 2009, this request seeks CERD's immediate follow-up with the Government of Peru about the continued suffering of the Achuar people.Submission by Federación de Comunidades Nativas del Río Corrientes (FECONACO), Grupo de Trabajo Racimos del Río Corrientes – UNGURAHUI, and Forest Peoples Programme
Report summarizes events that have taken place since February 2009, including an important Supreme Court decision which had the immediate effect of allowing for the removal of the remaining non-indigenous occupants from RSS, but which may have negative impacts on indigenous peoples in Brazil as a whole in the long run.Submission by Conselho Indígena de Roraima, Rainforest Foundation US, and Forest Peoples Programme
Report about the grave situation over the last two months in the Amazon resulting in numerous deaths, injuries and disappeared persons. Information provided in support of CERD's forthcoming review of the Achuar matter, as well as in the context of their comprehensive examination of Peru’s latest periodic report, scheduled for the August 2009 session.Submission by FECONACO, Racimos and Forest Peoples Programme
in response to NGO submission of February 2009 to CERD providing comments on the Government of Suriname's report(See February report)
This report details systematic and long-standing practices of racial discrimination against indigenous and tribal peoples by Suriname.Submitted by the Association of Indigenous Village Leaders, the Association of Saramaka Authorities, and the Forest Peoples Programme
(Corrientes River) region for consideration during CERD's 74th session as a part of its continuing review of the matter under early warning and follow-up procedures
regarding the situation of the Macuxi, Wapichana, Taurepang, Ingaricó and Patamona peoples of Raposa Serra do Sol, for consideration during CERD's 74th session as a part of its continuing review of the matter under early warning and follow-up procedures
Letter expresses CERD's continued concern about the situation of the indigenous peoples of Raposa Serra do Sol, and requesting an update on measure taken to remove trespassers