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Psychology Complimented by Indigenous Values
October 07, 2012
The newly elected president of the International Union of Psychological Science, Dr...
Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal Rules in Favor of Indigenous Community
October 02, 2012
In a decision that could have far-reaching consequences, Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal ruled that an Amazonian indigenous community could limit outsiders’ access to its territory ...
Two Spirit/LGBT Rights Toolkit for Tribal Governments Introduced
Gale Courey Toensing
September 26, 2012
A first-of-its-kind guide complete with sample legal language is now available for tribal governments to adopt or amend their laws to recognize the rights of all their citizens, in...
TIPNIS Divided as Some Communities Block Government Road Consultation
September 19, 2012
More than fifteen communities in the Isiboro Secure Indigenous Territory and National Park, known by its Spanish acronym TIPNIS, are blocking government access to their towns...
Anaya: US Needs ‘New Measures for Reconciliation and to Address Historical Wrongs’ Against Indigenous Peoples
Gale Courey Toensing
September 17, 2012
When James Anaya , the United Nations Special Rapporteur for Indigenous Peoples was finishing up his tour of the United States last spring, he received a packet of letters from hig...
A Massacre or Misinformation? Illegal Gold Miners Allegedly Murder Indigenous Peoples in Venezuela; Government Denies Attacks
September 13, 2012
Venezuelan officials have denied initial reports of a massacre of Yanomami people by illegal gold miners that allegedly occurred in early July and which, because of the remoteness ...
Indigenous Resilience: Pacific Rim Nations Offer Innovative Adaptations to Climate Change
September 16, 2012
For some time, a welter of scientific data has indicated that climate changes would be dramatic and include extreme weather events...
Dozens of Indigenous People Allegedly Killed by Gold Miners in Venezuela
August 31, 2012
Illegal gold miners from Brazil may have killed dozens of Yanomami people in a remote area of the Venezuelan Amazon, according to reports from an indigenous organization there...
Belo Monte Dam: Not Over Yet, Construction Can Continue
August 29, 2012
The Brazilian Supreme Court has ruled that the construction of the controversial Belo Monte dam can resume, for now...
Tropical Islands and Traditional Culture in Guna Yala, Panama
September 03, 2012
As the boat carried our group from a coastal airstrip in eastern Panama to the Yandup Island Lodge, in the autonomous territory of the Guna Indians, I admired the timeless beauty o...
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