25 April 2022 Authors: Lakpa Nuri Sherpa, Environment Programme Coordinator, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Celina Yong, Regional Technical Advisor & Stakeholder Engagement Specialist, Climate & Forests Programme, UNDP Oda Almas
The European Commission must recognise deforestation is not only about the environment but human rights, especially for indigenous peoples.
“Land Tenure Security is the Foundation for Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems”-A Webinar on Indigenous Women as Global Game Changers
It has been widely acknowledged that the world’s dominant food systems are unsustainable: as key drivers of climate change, they generate adverse environmental, socio-economic, and health impacts on the entire
Karen Indigenous Women’s Group members of Mae Yod Village from Northern Thailand articulates their forest voices in their indigenous language.
“Our roots, our language!
Mother tongue education for our future!”
Nine members of the Pigyayungaan organization in Cabanglasan, Bukidnon face trumped-up charges of frustrated murder, accusing them of an encounter between the 8th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army (IBPA)
URGENT ALERT UPDATE: On the intensifying attacks against human rights defenders in the Cordillera, Philippines
12 February 2018 Dear Friends, We urgently appeal for your support in calling for a stop to the intensifying attacks against human rights defenders and communities in the Cordillera, Philippines
Philippines: Militarization shuts down schools, displaces families in Agusan del Sur; Evacuees complain of food blockade
Intensified militarization in the hinterland villages of Agusan del Sur forced alternative learning centers of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines (RMP) to shut down ahead of regular closing schedules