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The World Council of Indigenous Peoples (WCIP) was a formal international body dedicated to having concepts of aboriginal rights accepted on a worldwide scale. The WCIP had observer status in the United Nations, a secretariat based in Canada and represented over 60,000,000 Indigenous peoples worldwide.

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  • Consejo Mundial de los Pueblos Indígenas
  • World Council of Indigenous Peoples
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  • El Consejo mundial de los pueblos indígenas (CMPI) es una organización internacional no gubernamental, fundada en 1975 para promover los derechos y preservar las culturas de los pueblos indígenas de América, Pacífico sur y Escandinavia. Su sede se encuentra en Ottawa, Canadá.
  • The World Council of Indigenous Peoples (WCIP) was a formal international body dedicated to having concepts of aboriginal rights accepted on a worldwide scale. The WCIP had observer status in the United Nations, a secretariat based in Canada and represented over 60,000,000 Indigenous peoples worldwide.
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  • World Council of Indigenous Peoples
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  • Chan Miah
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  • having concepts of aboriginal rights accepted on a worldwide scale
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  • El Consejo mundial de los pueblos indígenas (CMPI) es una organización internacional no gubernamental, fundada en 1975 para promover los derechos y preservar las culturas de los pueblos indígenas de América, Pacífico sur y Escandinavia. Su sede se encuentra en Ottawa, Canadá.
  • The World Council of Indigenous Peoples (WCIP) was a formal international body dedicated to having concepts of aboriginal rights accepted on a worldwide scale. The WCIP had observer status in the United Nations, a secretariat based in Canada and represented over 60,000,000 Indigenous peoples worldwide. The council dealt with the economic, cultural, political, and social rights of indigenous peoples, along with the retention of their land and natural resources. Before dissolving in 1996 the WCIP was a powerful force for indigenous peoples, giving its members a concrete experience in international politics.
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