[OS-CF-1] To what extend do Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities suffer disproportionally from economic, social and political marginalization and human rights violations, including poor access to water and sanitation services? This session will analyze some stories of failure and of success considering minorities and indigenous rights connected to water.
Citizen's Forum Process Commission
Prof. Henyo Barreto, University of Brasília, Brazil
Mona Polacca, Indigenous World Forum on Water & Peace, USA
Austin G Nunez+A1:K177, Chairman, San Xavier District, Tohono O’odham Nation, Tucson, Arizona USA Chairman of the Wa:k – San Xavier District of the Tohono O’odham Nation.
Vanderlei Kaigang, Kaigank Leadership, Brasil - (Hydroelectric Dams) Case of limitations on artisanal fishing and the relationship with the Tibagy river due to the impact caused by the Mauá Hydroelectric Power Plant.
KANSAI BRHAMA, Criminal Justice Fellowship. India.
TE Urutahi Waikerepuru - Te Matahiapo Indigenous Research Organisation, New Zealand.