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Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier

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Basque Observatory of Human rights bulletins page

November 14, 2006

Basque Observatory of Human rights web page can be viewed in English, Euskara, French, Italian and Spanish.

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Diabetes may wipe out Aborigines

November 13, 2006

The diabetes epidemic could wipe out Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population this century, a Melbourne-based expert has warned. Professor Paul Zimmet, director of Monash University’s International Diabetes Institute,…

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Fiji military head meets with indigenous chiefs in row with government

November 13, 2006

Fiji’s unpredictable military commander met with the nation’s indigenous chiefs Friday, after the traditional leaders said they will not mediate in an escalating row between the government and armed forces….

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Unity call echoes at Indigenous brothers’ meet

November 13, 2006

Keeping with its commitment of cementing the bond of fraternity among all groups of people living in Manipur since time immemorial, League of the Fourth World People, Kangleipak has begun…

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Colombia: Deterioration in Nari

Colombia: Deterioration in Nari

November 13, 2006

After months of deterioration, the humanitarian situation in the southern Colombian region of Nari

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Indigenous people see harm from Kyoto warming pact

November 9, 2006

Indigenous peoples from the Amazon to Asia said on Wednesday that U.N.-backed clean energy projects meant to combat global warming were aggravating threats to their livelihoods. They said hydropower projects…

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Mining in Venezuelan Amazon threatens biodiversity, indigenous groups

Mining in Venezuelan Amazon threatens biodiversity, indigenous groups

November 9, 2006

Troubles are mounting in one of Earth’s most beautiful landscapes. Deep in the Venezuelan Amazon, among ancient forested tabletop mountains known as tepuis, crystalline rivers, and breathtaking waterfalls, illegal gold…

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Indigenous Group in Brazil Granted Largest Tropical Forest Certification in the World by the Forest Stewardship Council

Indigenous Group in Brazil Granted Largest Tropical Forest Certification in the World by the Forest Stewardship Council

November 3, 2006

The Rainforest Alliance has granted Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification to 3.7 million acres of rainforest in the central Amazon owned and managed by a group of Kayapandoacute indigenous people…

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Silent Extinction of Mbya Guaran

November 2, 2006

BUENOS AIRES(IPS) – Mbya Guaran

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Finland Ignores Human Rights Issues

Finland Ignores Human Rights Issues

October 31, 2006

The Government of Finland misjudged its position on S

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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