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Colombia Peace Accords Bring Ceasefire – for Now
Indigenous activists support Colombia’s recently signed ceasefire accord but they are also pushing for inclusion of indigenous territorial rights, prior consultation and other issu...
More Than 180 Groups Urge Trudeau to Curb Canadian Mining's Alleged Abuses in Latin America
As Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau earns accolades for his pledges to uphold indigenous rights on the home front, legal advocates in Latin America are urging him to extend t...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, May 15, 2016
A historic victory for treaty rights and salmon, a welcome declaration about a declaration, and the bison getting its due—that was just some of the good news that poured out of Ind...
Arrests in Cáceres Assassination Connected to Military, DESA Corporation
Three of the five men arrested last week in connection with the assassination of indigenous activist Berta Cáceres work for either the DESA Corporation, against whom Cáceres had pr...
132 Elem Pomo Indians, Comprising 100 Percent Of Elem Indian Colony Residents, Face Banishment And Disenrollment
The following is a press release distributed by 30 disenrolled Elem Indian Colony tribal members...
Assassination of Cáceres Receives International Push for Honest Investigation
“Berta Cáceres Lives” was the theme of an international gathering in Honduras in April bringing together activists from around the world dedicated to an independent investigation o...
Missing and Murdered Women Scope Surpasses the 1,200 Estimated Victims: Government
As preliminary meetings paving the way for a national inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women wrapped up in Canada, officials admitted that the problem surpasses the 1,2...
Indigenous Advocates Press for Change After Canada Human Rights Ruling
In the wake of a landmark ruling on human rights and indigenous children, advocates are demanding that Canada take immediate action to fix a failing system that is causing tens of ...
Scared and Spied On Under Harper, Why Child Advocate Didn't Give Up
David P. Ball, The Tyee
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Validated: Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Rules in Favor of First Nations Children
After nine years of fighting Canada, social worker Cindy Blackstock has achieved a momentous victory with the potential to end ongoing injustices toward First Nations children by t...
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