‘Free, informed consent’ of Indigenous Peoples over land-use, is key: forum chair

27 April 2018

The “free, informed consent” of Indigenous Peoples over how their historic territory is used, is a key demand arising from the latest UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, which ended on Friday.

That’s according to the chairperson of the Forum, Mariam Wallet Aboubakrine, who is a medical doctor from Mali, who told Liz Scaffidi how the two-week event had gone.

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Liz Scaffidi, UN News
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