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WORKING GROUP TO PREPARE THE DRAFT AMERICAN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES March 9-11, 2015 Padilha Vidal Room, [...]
April 10, 2015
Tai Pellicier (Taino). UN Photo/Loey Felipe
As part of promoting the 20th Anniversary of the 1995 World Summit for Social Development and the adoption of the Copenhagen Declaration and Programme of Action, UNDESA Division for Social Policy and Development (DSPD) launched a yearlong campaign called “For Inclusion. For Equality. For People”. The campaign, which is part of the wider “2015 Time for Global Action” campaign, aims to highlight the importance of unity and the need to put people at the centre of the development agenda, leaving no on behind.
To promote this month’s theme on “Indigenous Peoples”, UNDESA DSPD is launching an e-discussion on ”What are the priorities and challenges of Indigenous Peoples related to issues of health and well-being?”.
Your responses will be featured in our website and social media platforms!
The e-Discussion will take place from 10 to 24 April 2015. Please sign in at the end of this page and join our discussion using “Disqus” online system.
Please visit unsdn.org/forpeople and join the conversation! Use #Action2015 and #ForPeople
April 6, 2015
A few of Tribal Link’s Project Access Alumni will be on this show tonight. You can listen on the web.
Radio Show: Please join us for a special two-hour “Indigenous Peoples Voice” this coming Monday evening, April 6, 2015. The show will feature a special round table discussion with tribal leaders and experts from several tribes around the world. Our guests are Tai Pelli, Monika Arrington, and Chief Roberto Mukaro Borrero of the United Confederation of Taino People; Chief Robert Hawk Storm of the Shagticoke Tribe; Terry Sloan of the Navajo and Hopi Tribes; Chief Damon Gerard Corrie of the Eagle Clan Lokono-Arawak peoples; Fulton Arrington, Cherokee; and hosts, Doreen Bennett of the Maori people and Mashu White Feather, Cherokee.