Rights of Indigenous PeoplesJuly 5, 1992
The 25th Triennial Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1-6 July 1992 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia:
WILPF supports the basic demands of the world’s indigenous peoples – these are for human rights, land, and the environment. We subscribe to the perspective that Mother Earth is being violated in an exploitative, destructive, non-ecological manner. We respect the desire of the indigenous people to maintain their cultural traditions. We oppose the economic and cultural system that marginalizes indigenous peoples – especially women. We decry the racism inherent in these practices.
1. The objectives of the indigenous consultation held in 1992 in Brazil;
2. The 1993 International year of the Worlds’ Indigenous People;
3. The programme of opposition to the effects of 500 years of invasions of the Americas;
4. The indigenous people’s right to self-determination;
5. The objectives of the People’s Movement for a Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific.Access to Justice Arm Transfers Climate Change Disarmament Feminist Foreign Policy Health Human Rights Internally Displaced Persons Political and Civil Rights Political Participation Racism Right to Peace Sexual and Reproductive Rights Slavery and Forced Labor Small Arms Social and Economic Rights Terrorism Trafficking WPS Agenda International Resolution