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Report on the 6th Meeting on Article 8j and the CBD
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REPORT OF THE SIXTH MEETING OF THE AD HOC OPEN-ENDED INTER-SESSIONAL WORKING GROUP ON ARTICLE 8(j) AND RELATED PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, 21 NOVEMBER 2009. THE UNITED CONFEDERATION OF TAINO PEOPLE IS RECOGNIZED IN THE REPORT.
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CBD Expert Report on Indicators 2007
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Date added: 04/13/2010
REPORT OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERT MEETING ON INDICATORS RELEVANT FOR INDIGENOUS AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY held in the Philippenes, 2007. Naniki Reyes Ocasio attended the meeting for the United Confederation of Taino People.
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CBD Regional Report on Boriken final edit.2009
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Date added: 04/13/2010
Boriken (Puerto Rico) - Caribbean Region Report on Climate Change: Taíno Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change prepared and submitted by Naniki Reyes Ocasio, Representative, United Confederation of Taíno People and Areito Jara Guatukan del Caney for the Convention on Biological Diversity in 2009.
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Caribbeaan Regional Report on Climate Changes 2009. Alaska Summit
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Date added: 04/13/2010
This Caribbean Regional Report on Climate Change was a collaborative effort by Indigenous Peoples representatives of the Caribbean including representatives from Dominica, Barbados, Suriname, Saint Vincent, Belize, and Boriken (Puerto Rico). The report was presented to the plenary of the Global Indigenous Peoples Summit on Climate Change held in Anchorage, Alaska in April 2009. See a related story at http://uctp.blogspot.com/2009/04/global-indigenous-climate-summit.html .
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Caribbean Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change
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Date added: 06/30/2009
Caribbean Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change by Roberto Borrero was published as a chapter in "Traditional Knowledge & Indigenous Peoples" by UN WIPO/LIENIP in May 2009.  The  publication is translated in English and Russian and has been distributed world wide.
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Mother Earth Day Special Event Programme 2009
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Date added: 04/22/2009
Mother Earth Day Special Event 2009 organized by the UN-DESA Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues of the Division for Social Policy and Development in cooperation with the Office of the President of the General Assembly, the UN-DESA Division for Sustainable Development and the Secretariat of the United Nations Forum on Forests, the United Nations Environment Programme as well as the United Confederation of Taino People, the Tribal Link Foundation, Franciscans International, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, the Sunray Meditation Society, the Temple of Understanding, VIVAT and Passionists International
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3rd ILSA Plan of Action 2009 ENG
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Date added: 04/21/2009
Plan of Action of the 3rd Indigenous Leaders Summit of the Americas 2009. Representatives of the UCTP participated in this Summit and contributed to this text.
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Declaration 3rd ILSA 2009 ENG
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Date added: 04/21/2009
Declaration of the 3rd Indigenous Leaders Summit of the Americas 2009. Representatives of the UCTP were present at the Summit and contributed to this text.
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International Indian Treaty Council Stakeholder UPR submission on the United States of America
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Date added: 04/17/2009
UCTP Note: The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is a unique process which involves a review of the human rights records of all 192 UN Member States once every four years. The UPR is a State-driven process, under the auspices of the UN Human Rights Council, which provides the opportunity for each State to declare what actions they have taken to improve the human rights situations in their countries and to fulfill their human rights obligations. As one of the main features of the Council, the UPR is designed to ensure equal treatment for every country when their human rights situations are assessed.
 
Paragraph 4, Page 5 of the IITC 2009 submission to the UPR reads “It should be noted that the examples included herein are few. These situations of destruction and desecration exist throughout the United States, including Alaska, Hawai’i and Puerto Rico. In some places Indigenous Peoples are denied entry into these areas, or are forced to buy a permit to enter and pray, as is the case of the Apache and Mount Graham in Arizona or the Caguana Ceremonial Center in Puerto Rico, Sacred for the Taíno Peoples.”
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Final adopted version of the UNDRIP
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Date added: 03/10/2009
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, adopted on 12 September 2007. The United Confederation of Taino People along with other Indigenous Peoples from the region supported and lobbyed for the passage of this historic document.
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