Videos

Pratima Gurung says “Do Your Homework” before attending EMRIP

Ms Pratima Gurung talks about the importance of having a clear picture of the areas of intervention before attending the EMRIP sessions and for the discussions and policy decisions after attending the EMRIP sessions to reflect back on the ground. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on pinterest …

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Ms Jacqueline K. Cariño : Global Sessions like EMRIP are Important for Indigenous Peoples Movements

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySzKCcG4L28 Ms Jacqueline K. Cariño, Executive Council Member, AIPP shares insights on why it’s important to get a seat at the table in international platforms like the EMRIP sessions for indigenous voices to be heard globally through greater access to government representatives in order to build solidarity movements with a far-reaching impact.   Share on …

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Time Is Water

The video “Time is Water’ is about the autonomy for the peoples of Wampis nation in Peru. This video stated that water is most valuable more than the gold and that is why; they said they would leave territories with free of pure air and clean water for their children so that they can live …

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Evaluation of Community Organizing and Leadership Training in Malaysia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQVSCPT6utA This is an evaluation by the trainees on the community organizing and leadership building. The trainees talked about what they learned from the training, how they are using it in their life, and where they are working now.     Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on pinterest …

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Message from Mr. Gam A. Shimray for the International Day for Biological Diversity May 2020

On this International Day of Biodiversity, from the perspective of Indigenous Peoples in Asia, I would like to share that our life depends on nature, but nature also represents the unknown and a deep mystery so our engagement with the unknown has enabled us to imagine things beyond the physical and also things beyond what …

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Reflection on the situation of Indigenous Peoples during COVID-19 pandemic

https://youtu.be/5PQhXhI6smg Our Indigenous brothers and sisters and everyone, in this video Secretary General of AIPP Gam Shimray shares a reflection about the situation of Indigenous Peoples during COVID-19 pandemic so far. We have a lot of lessons learned from our indigenous communities, but we also question why the authorities keep prioritizing practices violating our indigenous …

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Message from Mr. Sakda Saemi (Lisu)

“COVID-19 can infect anybody but please don’t get scared and panic. Please follow prevention guideline in order to avoid COVID-19. Let’s help and support each other.”  by Mr. Sakda Saemi (Lisu), Director of IMPECT and NIPT Coordinator.  Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on pinterest Pinterest