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Industries Suffer If They Do Not Respect Indigenous Rights, Report Says
The disrespect of indigenous rights by companies and governments is both unjust and bad for business according to a special report issued by indigenous scholars at First Peoples Wo...
Why Gas, Oil and Mining Companies Must Respect Indigenous Rights
Gas, mining and oil companies are so used to stepping on the rights of Indigenous Peoples when they launch exploration ventures that something had to be done...
Proud to Be Indigenous Launched for UN Permanent Forum
Gale Courey Toensing
Indigenous Peoples around the globe will have the opportunity to celebrate themselves and their communities on the Internet during the 12 th session of United Nations Permanent For...
First Peoples Worldwide Promotes Indigenous Philosophy in Video 'Enoughness: Restoring Balance to the Economy'
First Peoples Worldwide, a grant-making advocacy organization , just released a new animated video about sustainable economic success titled "Enoughness: Restoring Balance to the E...
Rebecca Adamson Has a Plan for Empowering Indigenous Peoples
Gale Courey Toensing
When Rebecca Adamson was 22 years old and had just started working for the Coalition of Indian Controlled School Boards, she was sent to evaluate a school in Hammon, Oklahoma...