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Representatives of indigenous groups hold signs reading "We are peoples and not populations" and "We are discriminated against," while some participants wear tape over the mouth to protest the refusal to allow NGO statements in the Drafting Committee of the Prep Com Final Declaration.

Table of Contents

I.    Introduction 

II.  Citizenís Conference

A.    Background

B.     Factors of the Conference/Resulting Dynamic 

1. Massive presence and principal actors
2. Lessons learned 

a. Organization 
b. Final Declaration
c. Cross-regional dialogue 
d. Funding

III. Regional PrepCom 

1.    Issues 

a. Slavery and colonialis
b. Reparation
c. Victims
d. Globalization
e. Poverty
f. Gender and race
g. Indigenous peoples
h. Other issues
i. Some gaps

2.   State delegations

a. United States
b. Canada
c. Brazil 
d. Barbados 
e. Cuba
f. Guatemala
g. Mexico
h. Other States

3. NGOs at the PrepCom 

4. Lessons learned for NGOs

a. Defining priorities and positions

b. Having access to the documents

c. Building relationships with governments

IV. Recommendations 

Attachment "Principles/Commitments on Race and Poverty"from NGO Roundtable on Race and Poverty

Introduction ] Citizen Conference - Background ] Factors of the Conference ] Regional PrepCom - Issues ] Regional PrepCom: State Delegations ] Regional PrepCom: NGOs at the PrepCom ] Regional PrepCom: Lessons learned for NGOs ] PrepCom: Recommendations ] Race and Proverty ]

 

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[ Report on Americas Preparatory Conference ] Institutional Racism in the US Health Care System ] Joint Statement to America Prepcom ] NGO Forum Declaration and Programme of Action ] WCAR Declaration and Programme of Action ] WCAR Passages Specifically Addressing African and African Descendants ] Durban Review ]
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Thanks to Derrick Bell and his pioneer work: 
Race, Racism and American Law
(1993).