Post 2015 Development Process: Education

Publisher: IWGIA and Tebtebba
Number of pages: 4
Publication language: English
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2014

Tags: Climate, Human rights

If indigenous peoples are to enjoy their universal right to education, there are a number of constraints and concerns that need to be addressed. The post-2015 development agenda offers a unique opportunity for indigenous peoples to address what they see as key priorities and the way forward for education beyond 2015. This briefing note has been prepared by the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) in collaboration with Tebtebba and with contributions and advice from indigenous peoples and experts,1 and is intended as a discussion paper for stakeholders in the post-2015 development process.

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