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Naw Ei Ei Min: Indigenous women’s voice for International Women’s Day 2019

“Better the Balance, Better the World”

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) together with member organizations and networks are highlighting indigenous women’s voices in celebrating the International Women’s Day 8 March 2019.

Speaking in this video is Naw Ei Ei Min of POINT (Promotion of Indigenous and Nature Together), Myanmar and Executive Council Member of Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP).

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Maria Zevonia Fernandes Vieira: International Women’s Day- Indigenous Women and Media Role

“Better the Balance, Better the World”

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) together with member organizations and networks are highlighting indigenous women’s voices in celebrating the International Women’s Day 8 March 2019.

Speaking in this video is Maria Zevonia Fernandes Vieira – a journalist from Timor Leste – on media perspective and role in voicing indigenous women’s rights.

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Jill Carino: Indigenous women’s voice for International Women Day 2019

“Better the Balance, Better the World”

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) together with member organizations and networks are highlighting indigenous women’s voices in celebrating the International Women’s Day 8 March 2019.

Speaking in this video is Jill Carino of Cordillera Peoples’ Alliance (CPA), Philippines and Executive Council member of AIPP.

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World Food Day: “Undivided Segments of Incandescent Belief”

“Undivided Segments of Incandescent Belief” depicting the commemoration of World Food Day 2018 by Prayatna Samiti in Udaipur. The film takes you to the vivid events organised in the blocks of Udaipur that mark the people’s appeal for food based rights and actions. The film portrays the strong belief of indigenous people in securing their food and land rights for their better future. Please note that the film is in low resolution format.

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[AIPP Documentary] Seeds and Indigenous Peoples

Seeds, the beginning and the end of the food growing cycle. Generations of people using generations of seeds. Survival and culture intertwined. This video gives the viewer insight as to the role and importance of seeds for indigenous peoples and the part that their knowledge may play in the years to come as the world faces the inevitable changes of climate change.

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Thailand: Koh-ee Mee, the centenarian indigenous Karen leader of the Kaeng Krachan forest, passes away

Kittisak Rattanakrajangsri, chairperson of Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact, sends his condolences to the family and community members of Koh-ee Mee who passed away today. Koh-ee Mee is an indigenous Karen leader of the Kaeng Krachan forest who fought a legal battle to claim their right to live in their own land.

Kittisak challenges the indigenous youth to continue the fight that Koh-ee Mee has started.

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Joshua: Message from an Indigenous Person with Disability from Myanmar

My name is Joshua, a post-polio person with disabilities. I belong Chin tribe and I am presently living in Kale district of Hakhalay Village (Myanmar) and Chin State is where the second highest rate of Persons with disabilities are seen among all the States in Myanmar. I want to address the discrimination of the indigenous persons with disabilities in Myanmar.

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Erlina Darakay: Message from an Indigenous Woman Human Rights Defender from Indonesia

Our customary forest, Djamona Raa forest, has been destroyed again under the name of HPH (Forest Concession Rights). We urge the police to give us justice and arrest the illegal loggers. Because we, Rebi indigenous community, never give our consent for the outsiders to enter our Djamona Raa customary forest. Because from the time of our ancestors until today we have been maintaining and preserving our Djamona Raa forest.

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Khadga Magar: Message from an Indigenous Person with Disability from Nepal

My name is Khadga Bahadur Magar. I am from Ramechhap district and I am the President of Nepal Indigenous Disabled Association (NIDA).
The major issues of persons with disabilities includes their meaningful participation and decisive roles in the decision-making processes in relevant areas. The participation and representation of persons with disability in decision making processes is necessary to ensure their rights.

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