Indigenous Peoples and the European Union launch Indigenous Navigator

The Indigenous Navigator Initiative was promoted as an innovative tool for improving indigenous peoples´access to justice and human development through strategic community based monitoring at a side event co-hosted by the Estonian EU Presidency in cooperation with the European Commission, the International Labour Organization, the Indigenous Peoples Major Group for sustainable development, and Indigenous Navigator Partners on 21st September 2017 in New York.

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Indigenous peoples contribute to the data revolution

We invite you to read and watch a Q&A with Indigenous Navigator's partners Joji Cariño (FPP) and Martin Oelz (ILO) about including indigenous peoples in monitoring of the SDGs: Why is monitoring so important?

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What is the Indigenous Navigator?

What if one tool could measure indigenous peoples' rights globally? The Indigenous Navigator seeks to do just that, and it's being implemented today.

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Indigenous peoples should not be left behind

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will guide the world in the next 15 years. What do indigenous peoples demand in this process? Read their recommendations.

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Supported by the European Union


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The Indigenous Navigator provides a set of tools for indigenous peoples to systematically monitor the level of recognition and implementation of their rights.

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