Indigenous peoples

19.06.2021

The First Meeting of the Council of Wisdoms of the Earth’s Peoples

The First Meeting of the Council of Wisdoms of the Earth’s Peoples

On March 27, 2021, the 8th Assembly of the Multiconvergence of Global Networks (MRG) ratified the decision to start the experimental creation of a Parliament of Planetary Citizenship within the Networks, composed of two Chambers: a Council of the Wisdoms of the Earth’s Peoples, and an Assembly of Planetary Citizenship. »

13.06.2021

The rebellion of the Latin American peoples and the future

The rebellion of the Latin American peoples and the future

The historic victory of Pedro Castillo as president-elect of Peru strengthens in geopolitical terms the wing of progressive and left-wing governments and the actions of regional integration of a sovereign and supportive nature in the region. Beyond the virulent counter-attack that the national and international oligarchy will unleash to block… »

09.06.2021

Rural Teacher Pedro Castillo Poised to Write a New Chapter in Peru’s History

Rural Teacher Pedro Castillo Poised to Write a New Chapter in Peru’s History

With his wide-brimmed peasant hat and oversized teacher’s pencil held high, Peru’s Pedro Castillo has been traveling the country exhorting voters to get behind a call that has been particularly urgent during this devastating pandemic: “No más pobres en un país rico” – No more poor people in a… »

29.05.2021

“There is no justice for indigenous communities. That is the reality.”

“There is no justice for indigenous communities. That is the reality.”

On the 11th of August of 1994, section 17 (1) of the new article 75 which recognised the pre-existing indigenous villages, their culture, and the right of occupancy and property of their ancestral lands among others, was unanimously approved by the Convention in charge of modifying the Argentine constitution. The… »

19.05.2021

Is Colombia’s Military Displacing Peasants to Protect the Environment or Sell Off Natural Resources?

Is Colombia’s Military Displacing Peasants to Protect the Environment or Sell Off Natural Resources?

Corporations, not wildlife, stand to benefit from the emptied lands. By Justin Podur Colombia witnessed a series of mass protests at the end of April following a call for a national strike in the city of Cali. Still ongoing, the protests have many causes: an apparent “… »

16.05.2021

A Critical Analysis Of A Report By The Newlines Institute And The Raoul Wallenberg Center

A Critical Analysis Of A Report By The Newlines Institute And The Raoul Wallenberg Center

On March 8, 2021, the Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy in Washington published a report, The Uyghur Genocide: An Examination of China’s Breaches of the 1948 Genocide Convention in cooperation with the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights in Montreal. By Gordon Dumoulin, Jan Oberg and… »

06.05.2021

Brazil: the impacts of wildcat mining for women

Brazil: the impacts of wildcat mining for women

Indigenous peoples live in distress, anguish, and fear due to the illegal activity and the risk of mercury contamination By Martha Raquel Illicit mining activity has daily impacts on indigenous peoples in Brazil. Invasions ushered by wildcat mining meddle and disrupt the dynamics and lives of communities in the… »

30.04.2021

Kabylia: the Fate of a Nation Without a State for Autonomy and Independence

Kabylia: the Fate of a Nation Without a State for Autonomy and Independence

Kabylia is a mountainous region in North Africa. Its inhabitants call it in Kabyle “Tamurt Idurar” (Country of the Mountains) or “Tamurt Leqvayel” (Country of the Kabyles). It is part of the Atlas Mountains and is located by the Mediterranean Sea. Kabylia has seven administrative divisions: Tizi ouzou, Bejaia (Bgayet),… »

28.04.2021

FROM THE FIELD: Rights of indigenous peoples highlighted in UN photo exhibit

FROM THE FIELD: Rights of indigenous peoples highlighted in UN photo exhibit

The rights of indigenous people to make decisions about their cultural heritage and traditional way of life is being recognized in a United Nations photo exhibition. The UN estimates there are some 476 million indigenous people in more than 90 countries around the world who have been denied the opportunity… »

27.04.2021

How Maya Culture Can Teach Us to Reevaluate Ourselves

How Maya Culture Can Teach Us to Reevaluate Ourselves

Two semesters ago I took a course at SUNY Cortland called Maya Culture. Going into this class, I was expecting to learn the history of the Maya, and how the effects of colonialism still affect them today. What I was not expecting to learn was how this culture would cause… »

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