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Project Access Alumni Atama Katama and Pratima Gurung on UN Indigenous Voices

See the full interview with Pratima, Atama and others speaking on the Voluntary National Reviews during the High Level Political […]
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Project Access Alumni Pratima Gurung is featured in this article…

At the 10th session of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, taking place […]
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Questionnaire on national action plans to achieve the ends of the UNDRIP

This questionnaire seeks to collect examples from States, indigenous peoples and national human rights institutions for this purpose. The deadline […]
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Peoples Climate March Video Features Project Access Program Coordinator Roberto Borrero

Diverse Peoples will march for different reasons and they will march together. Join us on April 29th. Roberto Mukaro Borrero […]
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Day 2 of the 2017 Project Access Training Workshop for Indigenous Peoples

View the video live on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/401379439905863/
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Peoples Climate March, April 29, Washington D.C.

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U.S. Government is an Unprecendented No Show at Human Rights Hearing

GUEST COMMENTARY Published March 26, 2017 WASHINGTON – At the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Tuesday, […]
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Trump’s Executive Orders Violate Treaties

The IITC calls for vigilance against Trump's slash and burn tactics and violation of legal and human rights Just two […]
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US Army intends to give Dakota Access pipeline the green light

Hundreds of United States military veterans vow to defend the Standing Rock protest camp and march through a winter blizzard […]
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Extractive industries have negative impacts on Indigenous peoples

The LKAB iron ore mine in Kiruna, in northern Sweden, lies on Laeva Sami land, where reindeer are still grazing. […]
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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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The Standing Sioux Tribe Just Responded to Trump’s Dakota Pipeline Order

  The Standing Rock Sioux of North Dakota are vowing a fight against President Trump’s Dakota Access Pipeline green light. […]
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Indigenous Peoples Cannot be Left Behind in the Post-2015 Development Agenda

"Ironically, while traditional Indigenous Territories “encompass up to 22 percent of the world’s land surface” and “coincide with areas that […]
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    Equator Prize Ceremony in New York, Sept. 17, 2017

    You are warmly invited to the Equator Prize 2017 Award Ceremony. Join us to celebrate the next generation of outstanding […]

    The University of Colorado Law School and the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: 10th Anniversary of UNDRIP

    #UNDRIP The University of Colorado Law School and the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues are hosting a dynamic event […]