World Council of Indigenous Peoples
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In 1973 represntatives from Indigenous groups met at the Arctic Peoples Conference. The conference marked the beginning of international co-operation among Indigenous groups
The Arctic Peoples Conference helped inspire the formation of the World Council of Indigenous Peoples and the Inuit Circumpolar Confrence
The Inuit Circumpolar Conference represented about 160,000 Inuit
Lead by George Manuel, the World Council of Indigenous Peoples was one of the first international groups to focus on Indigenous rights
World Council of Indigenous Peoples stopped functioning in 1996, but it played a very important role in developing the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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