Posted by: Bob Payne | May 20, 2011

Statement Of The Indigenous Environmental Network On Free, Prior, And Informed Consent – UN Permanent Forum On Indigenous Issues 10th Session

The principles and rights of Free, Prior, and Informed Consent are vital to upholding the human rights and fundamental and inherent right to self-determination of Indigenous Peoples in North America and throughout the world. FPIC is a basic underpinning of Indigenous Peoples’ ability to conclude and implement valid treaties and agreements, to have sovereignty over and protection of our lands, waters, air, and natural resources, and to develop and participate in processes that redress violations of our land, water and treaty rights.

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