About International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs
The International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) is an international human rights organization defending indigenous peoples’ rights. For almost 50 years, the IWGIA gas documented the fight for indigenous peoples’ rights. The organization works through a global network of indigenous peoples’ organizations and international mechanisms. The IWGIA promotes the recognition, respect and implementation of indigenous people’s rights to land, cultural integrity and development on their own terms. The organization works to empower indigenous peoples through documentation, capacity development and advocacy on a local, regional and international level. To achieve its mission it provides documentation, supports advocacy and empowers indigenous peoples’ organizations and institutions via global partnerships. Today indigenous peoples from all over the world are involved in IWGIA’s global network.
We work for a world where indigenous peoples’ voices are heard and their rights are implemented.
Location (HQ): Denmark
Focus area: Minorities
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