Traductions & exemples
expand_more Le Comité recommande que l'État partie prenne des mesures pour promouvoir les droits du peuple aïnou en tant que peuple autochtone.
Donner des renseignements sur les résultats obtenus dans la mise en œuvre de la loi de 1997 visant à promouvoir la culture aïnou et ses traditions.
Au Japon, la construction d'un barrage à Nibutani, terre sacrée pour le peuple aïnou, avait eu de graves conséquences sur la communauté à divers niveaux.
Exemples d'usage pour « Ainu » en français
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EnglishToday, the Ainu possess only ten percent of their ancestral lands.
EnglishAccording to a 1999 study, 23,760 Ainu were living on Hokkaido Island.
EnglishPolicies related to the promotion of Ainu culture 378 - 380 90
EnglishOn 6 June 2008, the Japanese Diet unanimously adopted the resolution concerning the Ainu people.
EnglishIt therefore did not include Ainu not living on Hokkaido and not wishing to be recognized as Ainu.
EnglishThe Government of Hokkaido Prefecture conducted six surveys on the living conditions of .the Ainu people.
EnglishPolicies related to the promotion of Ainu culture
EnglishSeveral questions had been asked on the Ainu people.
EnglishThe Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) indicated that the Ainu are among Japan's poorest inhabitants.
EnglishIn Japan, the Ainu culture is legally recognized, but it is not established as an inherent right of the Ainu people.
EnglishThat figure corresponded to persons residing on Hokkaido and defined as Ainu for the purpose of the study.
EnglishPolicies related to improving the standard of living of the Ainu people in Hokkaido (former name: Hokkaido Utari measures)
EnglishPILLAI proposed that paragraph 6 be deleted, since the Ainu had been mentioned in the previous paragraph.
EnglishAinu Association of Hokkaido Ms. Kaori Tahara
EnglishSee also, Ainu Association of RERA, communication submitted to the United Nations WGIP in July 2001.
EnglishThe percentage of Ainu youth going on to high school and post-secondary education was also given in the report.
EnglishThe Ainu, numbering between 30,000 and 50,000, have resided for centuries on the northern Pacific island of Hokkaido.
EnglishThe Committee recommends that the State party take steps to further promote the rights of the Ainu, as indigenous people.
EnglishIn Japan, the Nibutani Dam project was the impetus for the administrative confiscation of land belonging to the Ainu people.
EnglishPolicies related to improving the standard of living of the Ainu people in Hokkaido (former name: Hokkaido Utari measures) 381 - 383 90