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Equator Prize 2017 launches global search for nature-based solutions for local development

The ninth cycle of the Equator Prize will focus on local and indigenous groups in rural areas that have developed […]
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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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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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IITC Publishes North American Indigenous Peoples Climate Change Consultation Report

Indigenous Caucus Statement at Closing Plenary of UNFCCC COP21 Paris, France December 12, 2015, presented by Frank Ettawageshik, supported by […]
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Another Environmentalist Was Murdered In Honduras And Activists Are Enraged

CREDIT: AP PHOTO/FERNANDO ANTONIO: People embrace as they wait for the arrival of the body of slain Honduran indigenous leader and […]
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Berta Cáceres, Indigenous Activist, Is Killed in Honduras

Mourning Berta Cáceres, the assassinated indigenous activist, in La Esperanza, Honduras, on Thursday. CreditOrlando Sierra/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images MEXICO […]
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Indigenous Peoples Briefing at United Nations, 7 March 2016

Notice from the UNPFII: Attached is a letter from the President of the General Assembly addressed to indigenous peoples on the […]
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UNGA President Appoints Advisers on Improving Indigenous Peoples’ Participation

 18 February 2016: UN General Assembly (UNGA) President Mogens Lykketoft has  appointed four advisers to lead consultations on improving indigenous […]
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Project Access Alumni Mikaela Jade and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Tribal Link Foundation's Project Access Alumni Mikaela Jade shows Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull her augmented reality app called ‘Digital […]
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Experts Call for Action to Preserve, Revitalize Indigenous Languages under Threat of Extinction, at New York Headquarters Meeting, 19-21 January

New York, 22 January 2016 (Department of Economic and Social Affairs) — A three-day meeting at United Nations Headquarters in […]
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54th Session of the Commission for Social Development

CSocD54 will take place at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 3 to 12 February 2016 under the priority […]
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UNPFII: Call for nominations for the term 2017-2019

The United Nations calls for nominations of candidates to the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues for the term 2017-2019 from […]
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The Paris Agreement: An “Incremental Advance” for International Recognition of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

  Paris, France – The 21st Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC-COP21) […]
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Tashka Yawanawa Opens Equator Prize Award Ceremony

Tribal Link News Brief: At the United Nations Climate Change Conference/COP21 in Paris, the Tribal Link Foundation supported the participation […]
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Taking to the hills: tribal groups face up to climate change

Tashka Yawanawa’s Amazonian tribe lived on the plains along the Gregorio River for millennia — until a wall of flood […]
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    International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, August 9th, 2017

    #WeAreIndigenous #IndigenousDay Check out UNDP’s photo exposure story with 10 things we all should know about Indigenous Peoples: http://stories.undp.org/10-things-we-all-should-know-about-indigenous-people

    2nd International Indigenous Peoples Conference on Salmon August 4-5, 2017, Alaska

    IITC Event: IITC and Chickaloon Village 2nd International Indigenous Peoples Conference on Salmon August 4-5, 2017, Alaska // 2nda Conferencia […]