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EMRIP16-Beverly-Agenda Item 9

EMRIP16: Item 9 – A Statement Endorsed by Local and International Organizations on the Arbitrary Designation of the Philippines Government against Cordillera Indigenous Leaders as Terrorists

We call on the EMRIP, UNPFII, and the SR on Indigenous Peoples Rights to urge member states NOT to use anti-terrorism or national security laws to criminalize Indigenous defenders and activists asserting their rights as protected under international human rights and humanitarian laws.

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EMRIP12: Statement of Cordillera Peoples Alliance to the 12th Session of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples on Agenda Item 6: Country Engagement

12th Session of the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples15 – 19 July 2019 Statement of Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA)Delivered by Jacqueline K. Cariño, Vice-Chairperson for External

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Indonesia: Uphold Article 18b-2 of the Indonesian Constitution of 1945 and the Constitutional Court Decision no. 35 of 2012 to Recognise the Cek Bocek community as Indigenous Peoples/Masyarakat Adat

Solidarity Statement of the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact’s IPHRD Exchange 2018 Participants to Cek Bocek In 1935, during the Dutch colonization, the indigenous Cek Bocek were forced to relocate from

Indonesia: Uphold Article 18b-2 of the Indonesian Constitution of 1945 and the Constitutional Court Decision no. 35 of 2012 to Recognise the Cek Bocek community as Indigenous Peoples/Masyarakat Adat Read More »

Philippines: CPA, grateful to US Senator Leahy for his support for indigenous rights activists implicated in DOJ terrorist proscription

The Cordillera Peoples Alliance expresses its sincerest gratitude to United States’ Honorable Senator Patrick Leahy for adding his voice to the call to stop the political persecution and the unjust

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Statement Of Concern On The Increasing Harassment And Intimidation Of Indigenous Peoples’ Leaders And Human Rights Defenders In The Philippines

The Alliance of Indigenous Peoples of the Archipelago (AMAN), representing more then 2000 indigenous communities throughout Indonesia, condemns the recent action taken by the Philippines Government to criminalize leaders of

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