The first human rights investigation into the plight of US Native Americans is concluded by a press conference.
The inquiry, led by James Anaya, the UN special rapporteur on indigenous people, was launched on April 23, focusing on Central and South America.
It has been carried out due to social issues that trouble the federally recognized tribal areas, inhabited by 2.7 million Native Americans. These include unemployment, high suicide rates, alcoholism, incest and other social problems.
James Anaya will present his findings at the 20th session of the UN human rights council.
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