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Public Service Announcements (PSA)

Indigenous Peoples have a range of knowledge to offer in several areas including hunting, gathering, fishing, pastoralism, and agriculture. This should be respected and utilised in ecosystem management and sustainable development projects.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

Support for Indigenous Peoples’ occupations, traditional subsistence activities, economies, livelihoods, food securities, and nutrition should be reflected in policies, programs, and resources that are designed in coordination with Indigenous Peoples.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

Legal and institutional frameworks need to be strengthened in order to prevent violence and discrimination against Indigenous Peoples and individuals.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

States should work with indigenous women and their communities to enable programmes around capacity building and strengthening of leadership. Indigenous women need to be included in decision making processes, at each level and in all areas.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

Every indigenous child has the right to enjoy his or her own culture, practice his or her religion, and use his or her language.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

Indigenous Peoples have the right to equal access to social programmes and resources in order to have the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

States should ensure that Indigenous Peoples have equal access to high quality education which recognises their cultural diversity, and to social and economic programmes around housing, water, and sanitation.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

States should work more closely with Indigenous Peoples to conduct surveys which use holistic indicators to measure and asses their needs, then make this data available to them.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

National legislation should protect the rights of Indigenous Peoples with disabilities and work to improve their social and economic conditions.

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

In order to put the words of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples into action, Indigenous Peoples should have their own representative institutions through which to develop national action plans and strategies alongside the State. 

This series of 24 PSAs is based on the Outcome Document of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, which took place in September of 2014 in New York. The PSAs highlight specific passages of the Outcome Document in an effort to inform audiences of exactly what the document contains and encourage action.

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