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Tribal Link’s Project Access Training Session Returns for 2017

Project Access 2017 Begins in New York

PROJECT ACCESS 2017 BEGINS IN NEW YORK WITH PROFESSOR ELSA STAMATOPOULOU-ROBBINS SHARING THE IMPORTANCE OF ACADEMIC CONNECTING WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLES.

                                      Tribal Link Foundation's Project Access Capacity Building Training Workshop for Indigenous Peoples began on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 in New York City. 18 Indigenous delegates from around the world are now engaged in an intensive 3-day program that seeks to raise the visibility of their diverse yet similar issues affecting their communities, lands and resources at the United Nations. Following the training, the delegates will participate in the annual session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues putting what they learned to practical use at this well-attended session.     TLNEWS 04.19.2017      
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