UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) on Rights to Land, Territories and Resources
“The land and territories we are living in is a natural blessing from our creator and a legacy for our future generations. And no matter how good the rehabilitation and resettlement programme is, it will never be able to replace the blessings we have received from our land.” – Mapithel Dam affected Naga villager, Northeast India.
Indigenous peoples have distinct spiritual relationship with their traditional lands, territories, waters and other resources and they have the right to maintain and strengthen that relationship. This latest AIPP info poster simplifies the related articles of the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) for better understanding of the rights of indigenous peoples over their ancestral lands, territories and resources.
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