The Indigenous Navigator tools can monitor the implementation of:

  • The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples;
  • Core human rights conventions as they pertain to indigenous peoples;
  • Essential aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals;
  • The outcomes of the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples.

The Indigenous Navigator tools facilitate systematic generation of quality data on indigenous peoples’ human rights and development situation, which can be used for a number of purposes, among which. raising awareness of indigenous communities about their rights and contribute to their empowerment and ability to claim their rights; Guiding indigenous peoples’ self-determined governance and development strategies; Holding states accountable by monitoring their compliance with – or failure to meet – human rights obligations with regards to indigenous peoples and many others…

The Indigenous Navigator is a collaborative initiative realised by a consortium of six partners, with the support of the European Union…