The united nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples undrip was adopted by the general assembly on thursday 13 september 2007 by a majority of 144 states in favour 4 votes . After almost ten years of work the united nations working group on indigenous populations has completed the draft declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples this historic statement will soon be considered by the higher level human rights bodies at the un the sub commission on prevention of discrimination and protection of minorities the commission on human rights the economic and . The declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples undrip or dotroip is a non legally binding resolution passed by the united nations in 2007 it delineates and defines the individual and collective rights of indigenous peoples including their ownership rights to cultural and ceremonial expression identity language employment health education and other issues. The un declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples or undrip is routinely cited by activists academics and non governmental organizations as a universal framework of minimum standards for the survival dignity well being and rights of the worlds indigenous peoples. The united nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples undrip is an international instrument adopted by the united nations on september 13 2007 to enshrine according to article 43 the rights that constitute the minimum standards for the survival dignity and well being of the indigenous peoples of the world
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