Dialogue Between Nations - Media Coverage 2009 UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Dialogue Between Nations


EIGHTH SESSION
UN PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES
OFFICIAL WEB SITE


New York, 18-29 May 2009

MEDIA COVERAGE

LISTEN TO DAILY AUDIO BROADCASTS OF THE
8TH SESSION OF THE UN PERMANENT FORUM

The dbn.tv team in Canada wishes to thank the UN Audio Library
and the Recording Room for their collaboration
in making these sessions available around the world

F I R S T   W E E K S E C O N D  W E E K
Monday, May 18th
Tuesday, May 19th
Wednesday, May 20th
Thursday, May 21st
Friday, May 22nd
Monday, May 25th
Tuesday, May 26th
Wednesday, May 27
Thursday, May 28th




Dialogue Between Nations Monday, 18 May

Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann (left), President of the sixty-third session of the General Assembly, meets with Tadodaho Sid Hill
Photo # 397102                                UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz

General Assembly President Meets Haudenosaunee Spiritual Leader
Miguel d'Escoto Brockmann (left), President of the sixty-third session of the General Assembly, meets with Tadodaho Sid Hill, Spiritual leader of the Haudenosaunee, a group of the First Nations/Native Americans that originally consisted of five nations: the Mohawk, the Oneida, the Onondaga, the Cayuga, and the Seneca.

Location: United Nations, New York                                     Date: 18 May 2009


Video UN WEBCAST
Opening Session

Special Event: Opening meeting of the eight session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

Webcast Webcast: Archived Video - 1 hour and 29 minutes
Webcast Webcast: Archived Video - 1 hour and 29 minutes

Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro (left) addresses the opening of the 8th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
Photo # 397117                                  UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz

Deputy Secretary-General Addresses Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro (left) addresses the opening of the 8th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
Location: United Nations, New York                                       Date: 18 May 2009



Audio AUDIO
AM Session

Audio AUDIO: 18 May 09 AM - Floor or Original [2 hours and 31 minutes]
Audio
AUDIO: 18 May 09 AM - English [2 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio
AUDIO: 18 May 09 AM - Spanish [2 hours and 24 minutes]




Audio
AUDIO
PM Session
Audio AUDIO: 18 May 09 PM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio AUDIO: 18 May 09 PM - English [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio AUDIO: 18 May 09 PM - Spanish [3 hours and 34 minutes]



UN PRESS RELEASES AND MEDIA COVERAGE

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Eighth Session
1st & 2nd Meetings (AM & PM)

‘WE IGNORE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AT OUR PERIL’, SAYS DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL, AS PERMANENT FORUM OPENS EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION AMID ‘SWARM OF CRISES’

UNITE DIFFERENT STRENGTHS TO ADDRESS COMMON THREATS, DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL SAYS AT OPENING OF PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES
Text of UN Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro’s remarks

PRESS CONFERENCE BY PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES ON EIGHTH SESSION


WEBCAST: UN PRESS CONFERENCE

Press Conference: Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Lars Anders Baer and Carsten Smith from the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues to brief on the opening of the 8th Session of the Forum.
Webcast Webcast: Archived Video - 48 minutes


Carsten Smith (left), former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Norway, addresses a press conference on the opening of the 8th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Photo # 397105                                  UN Photo/Evan Schneider

Former Chief Justice Addresses Press Conference on Indigenous Issues
Carsten Smith (left), former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Norway, addresses a press conference on the opening of the 8th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Also participating in the press conference are Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (second from left), Chairperson of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues; and Lars Anders Baer (right), member of the Saami Council of Sweden.

Location: United Nations, New York                                       Date: 18 May 2009



Dialogue Between Nations Tuesday, 19 May

Audio
AUDIO
AM Session
Audio AUDIO: 19 May 09 AM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio
AUDIO: 19 May 09 AM - English [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio
AUDIO: 19 May 09 AM - Spanish [3 hours and 34 minutes]




Audio
AUDIO
PM Session
Audio AUDIO: 19 May 09 AM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio
AUDIO: 19 May 09 AM - English [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio
AUDIO: 19 May 09 AM - Spanish [3 hours and 34 minutes]





UN PRESS RELEASES AND MEDIA COVERAGE

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Eighth Session
3rd & 4th Meetings (AM & PM)

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE WORLDWIDE URGE GOVERNMENTS TO REDRESS ENTRENCHED LACK OF RESPECT FOR THEIR VALUES, OVERHAUL LEGISLATION, ENDORSE DECLARATION, IN PERMANENT FORUM


Dialogue Between Nations Wednesday, 20 May

Audio
AUDIO
PM Session
Audio AUDIO: 20 May 09 AM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio AUDIO
: 20 May 09 AM - English [3 hours and 34 minutes]
Audio AUDIO
: 20 May 09 AM - Spanish [3 hours and 34 minutes]



UN PRESS RELEASES AND MEDIA COVERAGE

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Eighth Session
5th Meeting (PM)

SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR SAYS OPTIMISM FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' BETTER FUTURE ANIMATED BY POSITIVE DEVELOPMENTS, BUT TEMPERED BY THE REALITY OF ONGOING STRUGGLES



Dialogue Between Nations
Thursday
, 21 May

Audio
AUDIO
AM Session


Audio AUDIO: 21 May 09 AM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 32minutes]
Audio
AUDIO
: 21 May 09 AM - English [3 hours and 32minutes]
Audio AUDIO: 21 May 09 AM - Spanish [3 hours and 32minutes]

Audio AUDIO
PM Session

Audio AUDIO: 21 May 09 PM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 32 minutes]
Audio AUDIO
: 21 May 09 PM - English [3 hours and 32 minutes]
Audio AUDIO
: 21 May 09 PM - Spanish [3 hours and 32 minutes]






UN PRESS RELEASES AND MEDIA COVERAGE

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Eighth Session
6th & 7th Meetings (AM & PM)


INDIGENOUS GROUPS CALL FOR HALT BY FOREIGN COMPANIES OF LAND USE FOR OIL, MINING, WITHOUT THEIR PRIOR KNOWLEDGE, CONSENT, AS PERMANENT FORUM CONTINUES



Dialogue Between Nations Friday, 22nd May


Audio AUDIO
AM Session
Audio AUDIO: 22 May 09 AM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 35minutes]
Audio
AUDIO
: 22 May 09 AM - English [3 hours and 34minutes]
Audio AUDIO: 22 May 09 AM - Spanish [3 hours and 32minutes]

Audio AUDIO
AM Session
Audio AUDIO: 22 May 09 PM - Floor or Original [3 hours and 37minutes]
Audio
AUDIO
: 22 May 09 PM - English [3 hours and 37minutes]
Audio AUDIO: 22 May 09 PM - Spanish [3 hours and 37minutes]




UN PRESS RELEASES AND MEDIA COVERAGE


Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Eighth Session
8th & 9th Meetings (AM & PM)

PERMANENT FORUM, INDIGENOUS GROUPS, SEEK CHANGE IN UNITED NATIONS WORKING METHODS TO TURN THEIR CONCERNS INTO DRIVING FORCE BEHIND, NOT JUST OBJECT OF, STRATEGIES




F I R S T   W E E K S E C O N D  W E E K
Monday, May 18th
Tuesday, May 19th
Wednesday, May 20th
Thursday, May 21st
Friday, May 22nd
Monday, May 25th
Tuesday, May 26th
Wednesday, May 27
Thursday, May 28th



 
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