Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Who is Wealthy?

An artical we can apply to poverty of the mind....Share the wealth.

The United Nations must also ensure that indigenous peoples "are both a partner and a beneficiary" of the U.N. goals, Malloch Brown said.

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour called poverty a denial of human rights.

"Poverty is inherited and passed on to future generations" and may be "the greatest human rights challenge we face," she said.

Stressing that indigenous peoples are one of the groups most severely affected by poverty, Arbour said programs to reduce poverty must be inclusive and "should not be undertaken at the expense of indigenous peoples."


Blogger Moiy-rah said...

its all relative

united nations- an instituion that should have been dead long ago.

11:56 PM  

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