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By the Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues of the United Nations
Commonly regarded as one of humanity’s most ambitious endeavors, the United Nations strives to achieve
human rights, development, and peace and security for everyone. In many respects, the ambitious, high
character of its aspirations is both commendable and commendable.
The greatest strength and the biggest problem of the United Nations. Despite significant advancements achieved
In the first sixty years of the United Nations, there has been a persistent sense of dissatisfaction that the poorest
of the poor, the most destitute, have not benefited the most.
People who are marginalized and discriminated against continue to lack essential human rights, growth, and
Indigenous peoples’ issues have not always been represented in the United Nations, and throughout the first
decades of the organization’s existence, they were not.
despite the Organization’s existence, their voices were not heard there. This has gradually altered and the United
Nations system has made a number of efforts in recent years to make up for previous omissions, progressively
collaborations with native populations.
There has been a lively and dynamic interaction between more than 370 indigenous peoples.
million in around 90 countries—and the United Nations, a problematic relationship that has created at
minimum of three results: a) a heightened understanding of the problems of indigenous peoples and their human
rights; b) acknowledgement of
Indigenous peoples’ irreplaceable contribution to the cultural variety and legacy of mankind, shown by their
traditional knowledge; and c) an understanding of the need to solve the concerns of indigenous peoples by using
policies, statutes, and budgets Along with the decolonization and human rights movements, as well as the
In addition to the women’s and environmental movements, the indigenous movement has been the most active
civil society group.
Since 1945, the United Nations has had interlocutors.