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Statement of Zo Indigenous Forum on The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 2010

Statement of Zo Indigenous Forum on The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 2010

Zo Indigenous Forum, General Headquarters take this opportunity and privilege to extends our warmest greetings to all the ‘Zo People’ around the globe on this occasion of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples .

On 27th September 2007 the UNO General Assembly adopts the historic declaration for the indigenous people called "UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples" and India also cast his vote in favour of this declaration.

Indigenous peoples number about 300 million, representing over 5,000 languages. They live in more than 70 countries in all of the world's regions, from the Arctic to the Amazon, from the Sahara to the Pacific Islands. The majority - more than 150 million - live in Asia, in countries such as Bangladesh, Burma, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Around 30 million indigenous peoples live in Latin America. In Bolivia, Guatemala and Peru, indigenous peoples make up over half the population. The Zo Indigenous people are living in India, Burma and Bangladesh.

Zo Indigenous Forum earnestly appeals to all sections of the Zo Indigenous people around the globe to stand united, and appeals the people themselves to preserve and protect our social, economic and cultural identities and institutions and our traditional knowledge and the concerned authority to promote and protect the interest of the zo people.

We have the right of stand united again.

Issued by Zo Indigenous Forum, Mizoram

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Zo Indigenous Forum, General Headquarters chuan International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples lo thelngah hian Zo hnahthlak khawvel hmun tina mite chibai a buk a ni.

Kum 2007 September 27 khan UNO General Assembly chuan ram leilungfa te tana thupuanchuah pawimawh tak mai "UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples" tih chu a siamchhuak a, he declaration hi India pawhin a pawmpui thlap a ni.

Ram leilungfa (Indigenous people) te hi mi maktaduai 300 chung niin ram hrang hrang 70 chungah tawng chi hrang 5,000 vel zet niin kan khawsa a, chung zinga a tam zawk maktaduai 150 vel chu Asia ram hrang hrang heng - Bangladesh, Burma, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka leh Thailand-ah te hian kan cheng a ni. Zo hnahthlak hnam te chu India, Burma leh Bangladesh-ah te kan heng darh bawk a ni.

Zo Indigenous Forum chuan Zo hnahthlak zawng zawngte inngaih leh inlungrual taka awm ho a, kan hnamzia leh nunphung te, chindan than te vawngnung a chhawmnung tlat turin a ngen a, chumi ti tur chuan thuneitu te pawh theihtawp chhuah turin a ngen nghal a ni.

Zo Indigenous Forum chuan Zo hnahthlak te Insuihkhawm leh zai I rel ang u ti thei tura inngeh leh inlungrual taka wm turin a dusakna a hlan bawk a ni.

Insuihkhawm leh turin dikna kan nei a ni.

Issued by Zo Indigenous Forum, Mizoram
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