Report on Preparations by Indigneous Peoples for the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014

for the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus Owe Aku International Justice Project www.oweakuinternational.org oweakuinternational@me.com 646-233-4406

March 1, 2012 This is an updated report on the status of preparations for the World Conference on Indigneous Peoples to be held in 2014 (“WCIP”), at the end of the 2nd International Decade on Indigneous Peoples, as set forth in the General Assembly’s March 3, 2011 Resolution. 1 It is being presented to the North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus Meeting in Niagara, Ontario, Canada for consideration and discussion under the agenda item on WCIP to be held on the third day of the Caucus Meeting (March 11, 2012). The contents are the responsibility of Kent Lebsock of Owe Aku International Justice Project with a review by Kenneth Deer.

Copenhagen!
Co-Facilitator! Global Coordinating Committee! Concept Paper and Guiding Documentation!

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Post-Copenhagen Developments !
Meeting with the Chef du Cabinet! Global Coordinating Committee Meeting!

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ATTACHMENT 1 List of Participants in Copenhagen! ATTACHMENT 2 TIMELINE!

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Copenhagen
In preparing for the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014, there must be innovation. Innovation has characterized the participation of Indigenous peoples in the United Nations since we first went to Geneva. The specific proposals about Indigenous
1 Decides to organize a high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly, to be known as the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, to be held in 2014, in order to share perspectives and best practices on the realization of the rights of indigenous peoples, including to pursue the objectives of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples… A/RES/65/198

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participation have always come from the Indigenous peoples themselves and this is not just about consultations with NGOS [non-governmental organizations], but with Indigenous governance bodies being recognized as such in their participation. The World Conference is an important opportunity in innovation and implementation of the Declaration; seeing those rights realized. 2 These were words spoken by James Anaya in his introductory remarks at the Open-ended Indigneous Peoples’ Brainsotrming Meeting on the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014. The meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark was held on January 13-14, 2012 and sponsored by the Government of Greenland, the Sami Parliament in Norway and the International Work Group on Indigenous Affairs. It was the first formal meeting3 of an ad hoc group of Indigenous peoples gathered to address WCIP and especially the preparatory process Indigenous peoples would expect for a “high-level plenary meeting.” (Attachment 1 is the Participants List.) Mr. Anaya’s words underscore the context in which Indigenous peoples have alway participated in the United Nations: with innovations rooted in our traditions as Indigneous peoples with the right of self-determination, with treaties, with the responsibility to maintain stewardship over our lands and territories, and most importantly to preserve Mother Earth for the generations to come. The model is, of course, the same as participation has always been within the UN with respect to Indigneous participation beginning with the Working Group on Indigenous Peoples: the full and effective participation of all Indigenous peoples, nations, organizations, parliaments, and governance bodies regardless of state recognition or any official NGO status within the United Nations system itself. In Copenhagen, it was agreed that the minimum standards that would be tolerated with respect to participation and outcome would be the Declaration on the Rights of Indigneous Peoples (“the Declaration”). However, the discussion also included references to other UN documents addressing the rights of Indigneous peoples including the Treaty Study, the Study on Lands and Resources and the Study on the right to participate in decision-making, as guides in the planning and outcome of the Conference. To further ensure an effective ongoing process that keeps Indigneous peoples’ representatives immersed in the preparation, participation and outcome of WCIP, concrete steps were taken in Copenhagen:

2 James Anaya, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, January 13, 2012, the Open-ended Indigenous Peoples’ Brainstorming Meeting on the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark, 13-14 January 2012 3 Two informal meetings had occurred in 2011 at the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City and at the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Geneva. respectfully submitted by Owe Aku International Justice Project, oweakuinternational@me.com, 646-233-4406 page 2 of 14

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Co-Facilitator In addition to the facilitator that the President of the General Assembly is to appoint for the planning of the Conference, we, the Indigneous peoples, should have a co-facilitator. By consensus, John Henriksen was asked to serve in that role. Global Coordinating Committee A global coordinating committee be established with one representative and one alternate from the seven UN Indigneous regions as well as a youth and women’s representative. This group would be responsible for: a. educating Indigenous Peoples so we can make good decisions regarding the WCIP, b. facilitating the right of Indigenous Peoples to participate at all levels of the WCIP process, c. giving feedback to the co-facilitators of the WCIP, d. distributing information about the WCIP in their region to as many peoples, nations and communities as possible, e. sharing and coordinating information with other regional representatives, f. making recommendations for consideration for regional and global Indigenous caucuses regarding the WCIP, g. contacting friendly governments in order to ensure an open line of communication, h. researching strategies for securing adequate funding for Indigenous peoples participation in the WCIP process, and i. communicating input from our peoples to ensure a constant Indigenous presence through every aspect of WCIP. Currently, the Global Coordinating Committee consists of the following individuals: Africa: Joseph Ole Simel Saoudata Aboubacrine Joan Carling To Be Announced Kenneth Deer Kent Lebsock (awaiting verification from the North American Indigneous Peoples Caucus Meeting in March)

Asia:

North America:

Latin America:

Gilbert Solano Ivan Escobar Diego Guzman To be Announced

Russia:

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Pacific: Artic:

To be Announced Hjalmar Dahl To be Announced

Indigenous Women: To be Announced Indigenous Youth: To be Announced

Concept Paper and Guiding Documentation A. Concept Paper In Copenhagen a Draft Concept Paper was presented describing the background of WCIP as well as consideration of modalities to be employed during the preparations for, participation in, and outcome of WCIP. This is an evolving document dependent upon Indigneous peoples’ input into the Conference and will be a reflection of our recommendations and requirements. To that end a group of volunteer rapporteurs was asked to continue in this work including Tracey Whare (from the Aotearoa Indigenous Rights Trust and who also served as rapporteur of the Copenhagen meeting), Inger Johanne Mudenia (from the Sami Parliament in Norway), Joan Carling (Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact) and Kent Lebsock (Owe Aku International Justice Project of the Lakota Nation). B. Guiding Documentation As work continues on the Concept Paper, the Rapporteurs are also collecting a list of documents to be added as an annex. The documents that will be attached to the Concept Paper are relevant UN documents as well as documents that come from Indigenous Peoples’ meetings, global/ regional representative indigenous peoples’ caucuses, specialized meetings, gatherings etc. with content that is relevant to UN WCIP. We are also interested in documents produced by Indigenous Peoples that reflect concerns and issues that they would like WCIP to address for example, the Cochabamba Indigenous Peoples' Agreement on the Rights of Mother Earth. To date, the list consists of the following: 1. The Third Committee of the UN General Assembly Resolution (A/C.3/65/L.22/Rev.1), 2. General Assembly Resolution on WCIP (A/RES/65/198), 3. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 4. An extract of the Report on the tenth session of UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, 16-27 May 2011. (E/2011/43-E/C.19/2011/14). Internet link http://daccess-dds-ny.un.org/doc/ UNDOC/GEN/N11/370/63/PDF/N1137063.pdf?OpenElement, 5. Final study on indigenous peoples and the right to participate in decision-making, Annex Advice No. 2, (A/HRC/18/42), 6. Report of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples on its fourth session (Geneva, 11-15 July 2011) (A/HRC/18/43),
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7. Progress report on the study on indigenous peoples and the right to participate in decision-making (A/HRC/15/35), 8. Human Rights Council 18th session (A/HRC/18/L.23), 9. Meeting resolution CPH 13th and 14th January 2012, 10. Participant list of the Copenhagen Brainstorming meeting 13th and 14th January 2012, 11. Barents Indigenous Peoples Conference Resolution (2012), 12. Black Hills Sioux Nation Treaty Council Resolution (2012), 13. Study on Treaties, Agreements and Other Constructive Arrangements, 14. The Final Statement of the International indigenous Forum from the Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore, Twentieth Session, Geneva, February 14 to 22, 2012, 15. Cochabamba Indigenous Peoples' Agreement on the Rights of Mother Earth. If you have any documents that should be considered for attachment to the Concept Paper; please, send those documents to Inger Johanne Mudenia (inger.johanne.mudenia@samediggi.no) who will coordinate your emails and your attachments. C. Timeline A Timeline setting forth important dates in the planning process is also being compiled. This is being developed as a tool in coordinating activities as well as an easy reference for all regions to more effectively participate in the development of modalities and outcomes for WCIP. The Timeline is included as Attachment 3. If you additions or comments on the Timeline please send them to Kent Lebsock at oweakuinternational@me.com. To communicate the importance of our requirements, meetings have already begun to take place with some states and there will also be a meeting with the office of the President of the General Assembly on January 17, 2012. This interface is consistent with the General Assembly resolution and with meeting the goals of Indigenous peoples in preparation of the Conference modalities. D. Resolution A resolution was prepared in Copenhagen setting forth the principles for full and effective participation in WCIP preparation, attendance and outcomes.

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Resolution
Open-ended Indigenous Peoples’ Brainstorming Meeting on the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark, 13-14 January 2012 The participants at the open-ended Indigenous Peoples’ Brainstorming Meeting on the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, 13 – 14 January 2012 (the meeting) decide by consensus 4 on the following arrangements which must be adopted for the purpose of ensuring the full and effective participation of Indigenous Peoples in the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples 2014 (the World Conference) as established by resolution A/C.3/65/L.22/rev.1 of the United Nations General Assembly.In making this decision we affirm that the World Conference must be consistent with the standards established by the United Nations for acknowledging and respecting the rights of the Indigenous Peoples of the world, and being no less than the standards established in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.We set out the following requirements which we believe are the minimum terms for the full and effective participation of Indigenous Peoples in the World Conference. 1. An indigenous nominated co-facilitator be appointed alongside the facilitator that the President of the General Assembly will appoint to work on the modalities of the World Conference. The meeting nominated John Henriksen, the Representative of the Sámi Parliamentarian Council, to be appointed as the indigenous co-facilitator. 2. An indigenous global coordinating group of nine members has been established comprising Indigenous representatives from each of the seven Indigenous regions being Africa, Arctic, Asia, Latin America, North America, Pacific and Russia plus one Indigenous woman and one Indigenous youth. 3. Indigenous Peoples delegations must be able to fairly achieve accreditation to the World Conference and any of the relevant preparatory meetings. 4. Indigenous Peoples governing institutions, including nations, councils, parliaments and governments, including traditional governments, should be acknowledged as governments and accredited to participate as peers with States. 5. Where Indigenous Peoples decide to convene local, national, regional and global preparatory processes leading up to the World Conference then those meetings should be officially recognized as part of the preparatory process of the World Conference.We call upon States and agencies of the United Nations to provide funds for the full and effective participation of Indigenous Peoples in the World Conference, taking due account of the preparatory processes.

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Post-Copenhagen Developments
A meeting with the Chief of the Cabinet of the President of the General Assembly was held on Tuesday, January 17, 2012, in New York City. A copy of the Copenhagen Resolution was submitted to him for delivery to the President of the General Assembly. Meeting with the Chef du Cabinet Although the meeting with the Chef du Cabinet did not result in any outcome of particular significance, our leaders expressed little concern. Critical to the process is to continue to engage with those states who seem to support Indigenous-defined modalities. Our co-facilitator, Mr. John Henriksen, has been meeting with some state representatives in New York for initial informal discussions about the Copenhagen resolution. So far Mexico, Denmark and Norway have indicated an interest to meet informally to exchange views on the issues at hand. The positions of Mexico and Bolivia will be crucial because of their importance within the United Nations’ GRULAC group (Group of Latin American and Carribbean Countries). Additional support is coming from countries like Norway and Denmark. Members of Indigenous peoples groups from Latin America have also been talking with representatives of the government of Peru. With continued interaction, education and diplomacy, we will hopefully succeed in securing the principles for WCIP set forth in the Resolution. Global Coordinating Committee Meeting Our most recent information indicates that the discussion in the General Assembly on WCIP modalities are not likely to start until after the session of the Commission on the Status of Women (ending more or less on March 14, 2012). The Global Coordinating Committee (“GCC”) has already scheduled a meeting for March 22nd and 23rd in New York. Since Indigenous representatives will be in New York for both events, this is seen as an opportunity to dialogue with states while they are working on the text. It appears that the General Assembly still aims at adopting WCIP modalities before the start of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in May, so this will be a critical time to engage states. The GCC has established a draft agenda for the March meeting: Draft Agenda: 1. Developments in relation to our Resolution 2. Updates from the Regions 3. Composition and alternates, role, tasks and functions of the GCC 4. Funding Strategies for Regional Meetings, GCC Meetings, 5. Key strategies
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a. co-facilitator b. recognition of prepcoms c. outcome document input d. lobbying, plenaries with governments 6. Review/discussion of the time line including follow-up meetings of the GCC 7 Review/discussion of key documents to be considered in relation to WCIP 2014 (Treaty Study, Declaration on the Rights of Mother Earth, etc. etc.) 8. Meeting with governments in NY 9. Other matters

 

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ATTACHMENT 1 List of Participants in Copenhagen
Region Pacific Participant's name Les Malezer Tracey Castro Whare Mililani Trask Leon Siu Ed John Kenneth Deer Andrea Carmen Kent Lebsock Organisation / Country Australia New Zealand Hawaii Hawaii Canada Canada USA USA

North America

Latin America South America/Amazon region Central America South Cone/Argentina Africa

Diego Ivan Escobar Guzman, Colombia Gilberto Solano, Panama Veronica Huilipan, Argentina Joram |Useb, Namibia/South Africa Joseph Ole Simel, Kenya Saoudata Aboubacrine, Burkina Faso John Henriksen Hjalmar Dahl Ronald Barnes

Foro de Abya Yala El Consejo indígena Mesoamericano (CIMA) Confederación Mapuche Southern Africa East Africa Western Africa Sámi Parliamentarian Council Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC), Greenland Alaska RAIPON Information Center Lach, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact / Philippines-Thailand AMAN / Indonesia Tebtebba / Philippines Red Intercontinental de mujeres

Arctic

Russian Fed.

Rodion Sulyandziga Anastasia Chukhman

Asia

Joan Carling Rukka Sombolinggi Vicky Tauli-Corpuz Tarcila Rivera

Indigenous women

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Indigenous youth UN Mandates

Alancay Morales James Anaya Mirna Cunningham Vital Bambanze

Indigenous youth caucus Special Rapporteur Chair-UNPFII Chair- EMRIP

UN support staff Sonia Smallacombe Maia Campbell Other participants Megan Alvanna-Stimpfle Grace Gao Co-organisers Tove Søvndahl Pedersen Susan Frydendahl Mira Kleist Marianne Lykke Thomsen Hege Fjellheim Sarre Jon Petter Gintal Inger Johanne Mudenia Lola García-Alix Kathrin Wessendorf Käthe Jepsen Alaska - Arcticimperative.com Academic from Univ. of Helsinki Greenland Representation DK Greenland Representation DK Greenland Representation DK Government of Greenland Sámi Parliament in Norway Sámi Parliament in Norway Sámi Parliament in Norway IWGIA IWGIA IWGIA UNPFII SR

Interpreters / ressource persons

Patricia Borraz / Spanish><English Mònica Castell / French><Spanish Micheal Martina / Spanish><English Michael J.H. Davies / French><English Daria Morgounova / Russian><English Svetlana Klimenko / Russian><English Helene Gjerding / Spanish><English Alona Yefimenko / Social interpreter Rus<>Eng

Almáciga - Madrid, Spain Barcelona, Spain Comunicando, Copenhagen MJD Translating, Roskilde Copenhagen Copenhagen Copenhagen Indigenous Peoples Secretariat Arctic Council, Cph.

Opening session Friday 13 January Denmark Greenland

Villy Søvndal Kuupik Kleist

Minister of Foreign Affairs Premier

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Interactive dialogue Saturday 14 January Norway Bolivia Guatemala Mexico Denmark Canada Denmark Denmark Denmark Greenland/Danish Parliament

Ambassador Jørg Willy Bronebakk Ambassador Eugenio Poma Ambassador Juan Leon
Cultural Attaché and Cooperation Issues Mariana Olivera West

Norway's Embassy in Denmark Bolivia's Embassy in DK and Nordic countries Guatemala's Embassy in DK and Nordic countries Mexico's Embassy in DK Canada's Embassy in DK Former member of UN PFII Consultant Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Member of the Danish parliament

Ambassador Tyge Lehmann Political Councellor Kim Girtel Ida Nicolaisen Birgitte Feiring Rune Hørby Sara Olsvig

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ATTACHMENT 2 TIMELINE
Updated on : Thursday, March 1, 2012 Event Notes 13-27 Sept General Assembly 66th Session PF had recommended the establishment 2011 of modalities from the 66th Session Para 120, the appointment of the Facilitator Para 129 & one day interactive dialogue on 2014 Para 130 - NONE OF THIS HAPPENED Dates Mexico to co-host with t he Not yet scheduled - Para 124 of the 10th Unknown Fund for the Development of Session PF Recommendations Indigenous from Latin America & the Caribbean Prep Meeting 13-14 Jan Brainstorming Meeting Appointment of Co-Facilitator and 2012 Global Coordinating Committee Copenhagen 1/16/2012 Para 123 of the 10th Session PF UN NYC Recommendations 18-20 Expert Group Meeting on New York Jan-2012 Violence Against Women Estimated Date African Regional Meeting to be This was taken from my notes. I don’t held in Kenya have details. 9-10 Feb-2012 Barents Indigenous Peoples' Resolution adopted Congress 13-15 Feb Asian Regional Meeting on 2014 2012 13 Feb 2012 Organizational Meeting of the 19th Session of the Human Rights Council 27 Feb - 23 Human Rights Council 19th Mar 2012 Session Arbitrary Establishment of Global Not all regions have communicated this Deadline Coordinating Committee and information yet. (P.S. I made this up as Alternates from the Regions a deadline) 9-11 Mar 2012 North American Indigenous Niagara Falls, Ontario Peoples Caucus Meeting 14 March and GA begins discussions on Subsequent to the Commission on the after modalities for the WCIP 2014 Status of Women in New York 22-23 Mar 2014 Global Coordinating New York City - Final Date and Location 2012 Pending Committee to be Announced - Quaker House has been suggested 26-27 Mar 3rd Intersessional Meeting of the New York City 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development

Dates 13-Sep-2011

1-Jan-2012

13-Jan-2012

16-Jan-2012 18-Jan-2012 1-Feb-2012 9-Feb-2012 13-Feb-2012 13-Feb-2012

27-Feb-2012 1-Mar-2012

9-Mar-2012 14-Mar-2012 22-Mar-2012

26-Mar-2012

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1-May-2012

May 2012

5-May-2012 7-May-2012 31-May-2013

1-Jun-2013

11-Jun-2012

18-Jun-2012 19-Jun-2012

20-Jun-2012 5-Jul-2012 9-Jul-2012 9-Aug-2012 27-Aug-2012

PF calls for interactive dialogue with States before, after and during the PF 5-6 May 2012 Indigneous Peoples’ Global Caucus Meeting 7-18 May 2012 Permanent Forum on Indigneous Issues Estimated Date Completion of Indigenous Peoples’ Draft Outcome Document for the 2014 Conference to be presented at the Alta Meeting 1-Jun-2013 Sami Parliament of Norway to host Global IP Prep Meeting in Alta, Norway 11-15 June Meeting of the Special 2012 Repartees/Representatives/ Independent Experts and Chairpersons of the WG of the HRC 19th Session 18 Jun-6 July Human Rights Council 20th 2012 Session Estimated Date COICA is organizing a Meeting of Indigenous Peoples in Rio prior to +20 20-22 June Rio +20 2012 5-6 Jul 2012 3rd Seminar on Treaties 9-13 July 2012 Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigneous Peoples 9 August 2012 International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 27 August Organizational Meeting of the 2012 21st Session of the Human Rights Council 10-28 Sept Human Rights Council 21st 2012 Session Sept 18 - Dec 67th Session of the General 31, 2012 Assembly

Para 123 of the 10th Session PF Recommendations

New York New York - 1/2 day discussion on 2014 This was taken from my notes as suggested by Ed John.

Not yet scheduled - Para 125 of the 10th Session PF Recommendations

This was taken from my notes. I don’t have details. Rio (registration closes 20 Feb 2012 for new registrants) Geneva Geneva Good day to Lobby?

10-Sep-2012 18-Sep-2012

1-Feb-2013 31-May-2013

Interactive Dialogue with States Para 130 of the 10th Session PF Recommendations Estimated Date Pacific Rim Regional Meeting to This was taken from my notes. I don’t be held in Australia have details. Estimated Date Completion of Indigenous This was taken from my notes as Peoples’ Draft Outcome suggested by Ed John. Document for the 2014 Conference to be presented at the Alta Meeting

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1-Jun-2013

1-Jun-2013

31-Dec-2014 1-Jan-2015 1-Sept-2014 Dates Unknown Dates Unknown

Sami Council and Norway to Not yet scheduled - Para 125 of the 10th host Global Prep Meeting in Session PF Recommendations Alta, Norway 31 December End of the 2nd Decade of the 2014 World’s Indigenous Peoples 2015 Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals Estimated Date World Conference on Indigneous Peoples Dates Third Committee Meetings Unknown dates Fifth Committee Meetings Unknown

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