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The World Conference of Indigenous Women has seen more than 200 women demand that indigenous women receive greater prominence at every level of decision-making.
They are also calling on governments to provide adequate funding to meet the specific needs of indigenous women.
The conference is one of the key events helping to develop a political declaration to be presented at the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples in September 2014 . . .