Indigenous peoples

23.09.2020

Peru’s state TV broadcasts 23 hours in Spanish daily but only 1 hour in indigenous languages

Peru’s state TV broadcasts 23 hours in Spanish daily but only 1 hour in indigenous languages

This statistic reflects how Peru treats its indigenous peoples The title of this article summarizes the attitude of the state channel TV Perú towards indigenous peoples, while also reflecting the colonial history of the country. At the threshold of the bicentennial anniversary of the nation-state of Peru, the space that the… »

10.09.2020

How indigenous women in Canada heal through art

How indigenous women in Canada heal through art

Indigenous women in Canada suffer high rates of violence In the Canadian winter of 2002, passers-by walking through Vancouver’s Downtown East Side could see Rebecca Belmore, from the Indigenous Anishinaabe Nation, nailing her long red dress to a telephone pole. She struggled to free herself, and then once released, her dress hanging in tatters… »

02.09.2020

“We don’t want to be exploited, nor marginalized”: indigenous Warao seek autonomy

“We don’t want to be exploited, nor marginalized”: indigenous Warao seek autonomy

Many families prefer to live outside the public shelter available, even if unemployed, and in precarious conditions Catarina Barbosa Like all other indigenous nations, the Warao have guaranteed rights established through a series of legal norms. These documents affirm that they should be consulted about their own destinies, but this… »

01.09.2020

WENOMPA! DANGER! Machines in Operation

WENOMPA! DANGER! Machines in Operation

The expansion of the oil industry is leaving its mark on today’s landscape. A photo report from the Amazon region in Ecuador. By Carolina Zambrano (text and photography) The Waorani are one of the indigenous peoples who live in the Amazon rainforest. It is known as the “community of first… »

22.08.2020

Ecuador’s indigenous Amazonian peoples launch online COVID-19 tracker

Ecuador’s indigenous Amazonian peoples launch online COVID-19 tracker

Data helps the public understand where help is most Indigenous Amazonian populations in Ecuador can now see how COVID-19 is affecting their communities through a platform designed and updated by the NGO Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of the Ecuadorian Amazon (Confeniae). Before the launch of this platform in July 2020, there was… »

17.08.2020

An Insight into Issues Creating Tension in Nigeria

An Insight into Issues Creating Tension in Nigeria

By Kester Kenn Klomegah As a successful Igbo business entrepreneur residing in Swaziland, the southern tip of Africa, Kenneth Onyekachi Ihemekwele has a clear logical mind, practical approach to solving problems and a drive to see things through to full-fledged completion. With years of experience in managing and leading teams… »

11.08.2020

Farewell words from Machi Celestino Cordova

Farewell words from Machi Celestino Cordova

We publish here the farewell words that, after 100 days on hunger strike, were pronounced by Machi Celestino Cordova, Chilean indigenous leader, who indicates his resolution to go back to his dry strike in order to accelerate the process of his departure: “Nation and native peoples, all non-native societies in… »

29.07.2020

Indigenous Communities of Guyana and Women in Togo Fight Forest Degradation

Indigenous Communities of Guyana and Women in Togo Fight Forest Degradation

Viewpoint by P.I. Gomes* The writer, Dr Patrick I Gomes, was Secretary-General of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States for five years until February 29, 2020. The 79-nation inter-regional body officially became the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) on April 5, 2020. Dr Gomes… »

22.07.2020

Towards Independence of the Biafra State

Towards Independence of the Biafra State

Ambassador Uche Ajulu-Okeke, a veteran Diplomat and Development Studies Expert with thirty-year achievements in the Nigerian Foreign Service. She is widely known for her performance orientation, positive mentorship and team spirit. In recognition of her high-level competences, the Anambra State Government appointed Ambassador Ajulu-Okeke to serve in various… »

18.07.2020

XR is back

XR is back

The government is not heeding warnings on climate change, XR says The Covid-19 pandemic has restricted protests by climate activists for several months, but Extinction Rebellion (XR) is planning its comeback. MPs returning to Parliament in September will face a blockade by XR as the activist group resumes live protests which have been… »

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