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Radioactive Leak to Be Investigated
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Bolivia Withdraws from UN Treaty That Limits Chewing Coca Leaf
Bolivia's President Evo Morales announced July 7 that he has withdrawn the Andean country from a United Nations treaty that bans chewing the coca leaf...
The Obama Administration Now Supports UNDRIP—But That’s Not Enough
When President Barack Obama signaled last year that the United States had changed course and was now supporting the U.N...
Ecuador: Saving Lives Through Birth Choices
Giving birth in communities like those in Ecuador can be a very dangerous occasion, especially for Indigenous women...
Brazil Takes Another Step Towards Belo Monte While Activists Step up the Fight
The Brazilian government has ignored legal challenges from two of it’s own agencies, national and international protests, and requests from an international human rights court to h...
Permanent Forum Begins
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is underway in New York, New York as it looks to address the implementation of Forum recommendations on economic and social ...
Feeding the Spirits: Activism at the United Nations
The late Muskogee-Creek elder Philip Deere declared at the historic 1977 address to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, that “We the Indigenous Peoples, are the evidence of ...
Sexual Violence Against Indigenous Women Discussed at United Nations
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – In Mexico, Ines Fernandez Ortega, a 27-year- old woman, was preparing food in her kitchen when a group of soldiers entered her house and raped her...
Congressional Hearing a First on Indigenous Peoples of Africa
Critics of an Ethiopian dam they say threatens the water supply of Indigenous tribes traveled halfway round the world to request a hearing in Washington, D.C., succeeded...
Bolivia Moves to Give Mother Earth Same Rights as Humans
For American Indians, First Nations, indigenous and aboriginal communities throughout the world the relationship with Mother Earth has always been strong...
United Nations Approves Indigenous Declaration
After three decades of drafts, deliberations and delays, the United Nations General Assembly voted on September 13 to adopt the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
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Exploited Labor: Indigenous Children’s Need to Work Despite Risks
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