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Indigenous Nations Engage the World

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A funny thing happened five years after the UN General Assembly adopted the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples–customary and constitutional indigenous governments decided to begin a new policy of international engagement. They began to do this after more than forty years absence from the international debate about Indigenous Rights begun in the [&hellip... more →

CWIS and the Global Rights debate

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The Center for World Indigenous Studies is deeply engaged in regional and global initiatives to advance the dialogue between indigenous nations and UN member states. We deem this an essential process to ensure that what will be a long and drawn out debate over implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples will [&hellip... more →

Timeline of Bigotry

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The White Power on the Salish Sea flyer is now available in... more →

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Caravan of Doom

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As Cory Morningstar writes at Wrong Kind of Green, the evil empire Buffett, Gates and Rockefeller built in the private sector is mirrored in the evil networks of NGOs they — along with Clinton — have constructed to provide cover for widespread environmental devastation, ethnic cleansing and Indigenous genocide committed by their corporate investments. Using [&hellip... more →

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Big Capital Big Green

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Macdonald Stainsby discusses Tar Sands NGOs, foundation funding and how Indigenous peoples resistance to destruction of their territories by oil and gas companies is usurped by lapdogs of corporate philanthropies like Tides Canada... more →

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