Permanent forum on indigenous affairs
on Indigenous Issues United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
|Organization type||Advisory body of the ECOSOC|
Anne Nuorgam since 2019 Finland
|PFII on www.un.org|
The Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues ( English Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues ) is an institution of the UN Economic and Social Council of the United Nations . It was established on the basis of resolution E / 2000 / INF / 2 / ADD.2 of the UN General Assembly and advises the Economic and Social Council on affairs of indigenous peoples . It is composed equally of eight government representatives and eight representatives of indigenous peoples selected according to regional proportions.
Originally the body was supposed to be called the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples , but this failed because of the dispute over the little 's' .
The following are the members of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Affairs 2020/2022.
|Representatives of the indigenous peoples||Government representatives|
|Anne Nuorgam||Vital Bambanze|
|Phoolman Chaudhary||Xiaoan Zhang|
|Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim||Tove Søvndahl Gant|
|Hannah McGlade||Lourdes Tibán Guala|
|Darío José Mejía Montalvo||Grigory Evguenievich Lukiyantsev|
|Simón Freddy Condo Riveros||Bornface Museke Mate|
|Geoffrey Roth||Irma Pineda Santiago|
|Aleksei Tsykarev||Sven-Erik Soosaar|
- Working group on indigenous peoples
- Special Rapporteur on the State of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Indigenous Peoples
- J. Wilton Littlechild
- ↑ https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/unpfii-sessions-2/newmembers.html, accessed on June 6, 2020