Global Coordinating Group Detail Description

January 2014
Fourth World Journal;Winter2014, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p27
Academic Journal
The article offers information on Indigenous global coordinating group (GCG) which is responsible for lobbying for the participation of Indigenous people in the World Conference. Topics discussed include the task of GCG, fundrasing committee and communications group, and information resources for Indigenous people and organization including in Africa, North America, and Arctic.


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