Monthly Archives: October 2014


Pacific Warriors Canoe for Climate Change

By Madeline McGill Climate change impacts people everywhere. Rising temperatures and sea levels are only some of the many ways […]
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Note to correspondents on Secretary-General’s designation of Wu Hongbo as Senior Official to Coordinate Follow Up for the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples

On 15 October 2014, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon designated Wu Hongbo, Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, as the […]
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‘Largely Invisible’ in Millennium Goals Era, Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge, Traditions Key to Sustainable Future, Third Committee Told

Sixty-ninth session, 19th & 20th Meetings (AM & PM) With the Millennium Development Goals failing aboriginal peoples of the world, […]
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Seattle City Council replaces Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day

The resolution honours the contributions and culture of Native Americans and indigenous peoples The Seattle City Council has voted to […]
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    Maasai Tribe: Between Two Worlds, February 28th, 2017

    TRIBAL LINK & SUB ROSA PRESENT   When: February 28th, 2017        Where: 353 West and 12th Street Doors open: 6:30pm […]

    Participation at the UN – UNGA Consultations

    Following the briefing of the PGA’s Advisers on the process of the participation of Indigenous Peoples at the UN on […]