Rights of indigenous peoples highlighted in UN photo exhibit

Adults (left to right) from the Omo River, Ethiopia, Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, and Taimyr Peninsula, Russia feature in the photo exhibition. Image credit: Alexander Khimushin

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I write on national and international Health, Politics, Business, Education, Environment, Biodiversity, Science, First Nations, Humanitarian, gender, women

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