John Scott

Secretariat for the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, United Nations

Bio

John Scott is a member of the Secretariat for the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues at the UN.

Featured Work

SEP 24, 2004 Podcast

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

SEP 24, 2004 Podcast

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

SEP 24, 2004 Podcast

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

SEP 24, 2004 Transcript

A response to Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" (9/23/04)

In this discussion of Elsa Stamatopoulou's paper "Why Cultural Rights Now?" Richard Wilson remarks that she takes a "mediated" or "modulated universalism" view on human ...

JAN 14, 2004 Podcast

Indigenous Peoples and the Creation of an Inclusive International Legal System

John Scott, of the Secretariat for the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, discusses the challenges in achieving international protection of indigenous rights.

JAN 14, 2004 Podcast

Indigenous Peoples and the Creation of an Inclusive International Legal System

John Scott, of the Secretariat for the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, discusses the challenges in achieving international protection of indigenous rights.

JAN 14, 2004 Podcast

Indigenous Peoples and the Creation of an Inclusive International Legal System

John Scott, of the Secretariat for the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, discusses the challenges in achieving international protection of indigenous rights.

JAN 14, 2004 Transcript

Indigenous Peoples and the Creation of an Inclusive International Legal System

John Scott, of the Secretariat for the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, discusses the challenges in achieving international protection of indigenous rights.