TitleStudy of the problem of discrimination against indigenous populations.
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Requests the Secretary-General to include the recognition and promotion of the rights of indigenous peoples in future UN activities and to invite representatives of indigenous nations, peoples and communities, including non-governmental organizations, to participate in the planning and implementation of these activities; requests the Secretary-General to organize in 1988, as part of the programme of advisory services on human rights, a seminar on the effects of racism and racial discrimination on the social and economic relations between indigenous peoples and States; encourages all States to ensure that educational and informational activities, including national celebrations, give an accurate interpretation of history and do not perpetuate or justify theories of racial superiority or the subjugation of indigenous or other peoples.
Adopted at the 16th plenary meeting, 27 May 1988. In: Resolutions and decisions adopted by the Economic and Social Council at its 1st regular session of 1988, 3-27 May 1988. - E/1988/INF/5. - 27 June 1988. - p. 70. - Issued in ESCOR, 1988, Suppl. no. 1.