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Research on Best Practices for the Implementation of the Principles of ILO Convention No. 169- Oqaatsip Kimia: The Power of the Word: Case Study #11

The study analyse some of the challenges Greenlanders have faced and face today, in a globalized world threatened by climate changes and at a time where they are not only about to take over the full responsibility for the education sector but where their country is negotiating with Denmark for greater autonomy.

Type: Publication
Date issued: 31 July 2009
Format available: 27 p

Research on Best Practices for the Implementation of the Principles of ILO Convention No. 169

Case Study: 11

by

Henriette Rasmussen

2008


Programme to Promote ILO Convention No. 169

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Tags: forced labour, international labour standards, community development, development projects, participatory development, economic development, human rights, discrimination, racial discrimination, economic and social rights, land rights, gender, indigenous and tribal peoples, minority groups, women

Regions and countries covered: Europe and Central Asia, Denmark

Unit responsible: International Labour Standards (NORMES)

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