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  1. Global Indigenous Youth Caucus Preparatory Meeting to the UNPFII 9.00am-6.00pm, 15 May 2011 Taipei Economic and Cultural Office New York Jocelyn Hung Chien (Jinumu), Pinuyumayan, Taiwan jocelyn.hungchien@gmail.com Special Thanks to: Global Indigenous Youth Alliance, Metis Nation Council, Sami Council, Seventh Generation Fund, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office New York

  2. IYC-Background • The Indigenous Youth Caucus is comprised of numerous indigenous youth from various States, organizations, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. • Ever since the first session of the PFII, young indigenous participants have gathered together and developed statements voicing concerns of the youth. • The IYC was formally inaugurated in 2006. • In 2008, the PFII and Secretariat recognized the IYC as a working caucus.

  3. IYC-Working Structure • Working Structure of the UN Indigenous Youth Caucus 2010/2011

  4. IYC Facebook Group • United Nations Indigenous Youth Caucashttp://groups.to/uniyc

  5. IYC Google Group/Listserve • United Nations Indigenous Youth Caucus http://groups.google.com/group/un-indigenous-youth-caucus

  6. IYC Wiki Space • UN Indigenous Youth Caucus http://uniyc.wikispaces.com

  7. IYC-Agenda of the Day • UNIYC Preparatory Meeting for the 10th Session of the UNPFII

  8. IYC-Daily Meeting during PFII UNICEF House (44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues), 8.30 am to 11.00 am • May 16: 5th floor conference room • May 17: 7th floor conference room • May 18: 10th floor conference room • May 19 & 20: 5th floor conference room • May 23-25: 7th floor conference room • May 26 & 27: 5th floor conference room

  9. IYC-Side Event • Indigenous Youth Initiatives to Promote and Protect the Rights of Indigenous Peoples • Time: 1.00pm to 3.00pm, 19 May 2011 • Venue: Danny Kaye Visitors Centre, UNICEF House • Panel: Mr. Ravi Karkara, Moderator, UNICEF Ms. Jocelyn Hung Chien, Indigenous Youth Caucus, (Pinuyumayan,Taiwan) Ms. Amala Groom, Indigenous Youth Caucus, (Wiradjuri, Australia) Ms. Marcela Tobón Yagarí, (EmberaChamí, Colombia) Ms. IndianaraRamires Machado (Guaraní‐Kaiowá, Brazil) Ms. Crystal Lee, Indigenous Youth Caucus, (Navajo, USA) Mr. Alancay Morales, Indigenous Youth Caucus, (Brunka ,Costa Rica) Ms. Naomi Lanoi, Indigenous Youth Caucus, (Maasai, Kenya)

  10. IYC-Beyond UNPFII Session • Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP): Situation Analysis on Indigenous Youth’s Participation in Decision-Making • Other conferences: Climate Change, High-Level Youth Summit… • Any other ideas?

  11. UNPFII-Registration • Registration will take place in the Visitor's Lobby. Participants must enter the UN through the Visitor’s Entrance on 1St. Avenue facing 45th. Street. • Registration times during the tenth session: • Friday 13 May 14:00 - 16:00 • Sunday 15 May 13:00 - 16:00 • Monday 16 May 08:00 - 15:45 • From Tuesday throughout the duration of the tenth session, registration will be open from 9:00 – 12:30 and from 14:00 to 15:45 . • Make sure to bring the confirmation letter as well as a photo identification document to get a UN ground-pass.

  12. UNPFII-Agenda • Election of officers. • Adoption of the agenda and organization of work. • Follow-up to the recommendations of the Permanent Forum:(a) Economic and social development;(b) Environment;(c) Free, prior and informed consent. • Human rights:(a) Implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples;(b) Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people and other United Nations human rights mechanisms. • Half-day discussion on Central and South America and the Caribbean. • Comprehensive dialogue with United Nations agencies and funds. • Future work of the Permanent Forum, including issues of the Economic and Social Council and emerging issues. • Draft agenda for the eleventh session of the Permanent Forum. • Adoption of the report of the Permanent Forum on its tenth session.

  13. Enjoy!