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Land rights crucial to save tropical forests – UNDP

Researchers highlight importance of carbon-sucking forests alongside New York climate deal signing ceremony Damar Forests of Indonesia (UN Photos) By […]
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Danika Billie Littlechild appointed for 2nd term as Vice-President of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO

Tribal Link Foundation pauses in its work to recognize and congratulate Project Access Alumni, Danika Billie Littlechild who was appointed […]
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Victor Lopez Carmen receives two prestigious scholarships

Tribal Link Foundation pauses in its work to recognize and congratulate Project Access Alumni, Victor Anthony Lopes-Carmen who recently received two prestigious […]
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An urgent plea for governments to stem the murder of forest guardians

In early March, Indigenous Honduran activist Berta Caceres was gunned down in her own home in response to her protests […]
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Signing Ceremony of the Paris Climate Change Agreement at United Nations Headquarters

Civil Society speaker selected for the opening session in New York 22 April 2016 United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited […]
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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 […]

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