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How are Indigenous Peoples and Diversity respected in participation processes?

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    Jeanne
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    In the different documents, there is a tendency towards a Western style democracy even though there is opening towards other mechanisms. How can governments learn to respect different styles of decision-making? When there are conflicts between rights, what role can and should these participation mechanisms play? Part of a democratic context is the rule of law, but what happens if the laws do not respect recognized individual and collective rights?

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