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Sustainable Development Goals: Indigenous Peoples in Focus

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The International Labour Organization (ILO) has been at the forefront of promoting the rights of indigenous peoples through its Decent work Agenda. With its expertise and experience in this area, along with its unique tripartite structure, the ILO has a crucial role to play in supporting concerned stakeholders to ensure that the SDGs are achieved for all. The ILO strives to empower indigenous women and men, for there can be no inclusive and sustainable development without their participation. Indigenous peoples are crucial agents of change, whose livelihood practices, traditional knowledge and ways of life are fundamental for combating climate change and realizing the ambitious vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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