When Victoria Tauli-Corpuz was appointed as UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in May 2014, she was ready to take on the challenge of investigating the plight of the world’s Indigenous Peoples and then making her findings public. After a six year stint as special rapporteur, according to her, the mandate was “an uphill battle.” In this program we hear more from Victoria on her tenure as Special Rapporteur.
Production and editing:
Dev Kumar Sunuwar
Interviewee: Victoria Tauli Corpuz
Image: Victoria in Brazil supplied by Jamie Kalliongis
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