The new United Nations Human Rights Council is evaluating the human rights performance of every country in the world every four years. We want to be sure that Indigenous rights are included in those evaluations, so, with the assistance of the Harvard College Student Advocates for Human Rights and MIT students, we are providing country reports to the Human Rights Council. These reports detail how a given country is (or is not) respecting the rights of its indigenous populations in relation to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and we offer recommendations for improvements. Each report is submitted to the Human Rights Council as part of its Universal Periodic Review process. We provided the six reports below.