Strengthening Mapuche governance in Nahuel Huapi National Park, Argentina
The Project “Strengthening Mapuche governance in Nahuel Huapi National Park, Argentina” will take place in the Zonal Council of Lafkenche, part of the Mapuche Confederation of Neuquen. Its goal is to strengthen a group of community authorities (a “team of … Read more
Strengthen the capacity of people Leco Apolo to control its territory – Bolivia.
The Central of Indigenous People Leco de Apollo (CIPLA) represents 21 communities covering a population of approximately 4,000 inhabitants. Its territory largely overlaps the Madidi National Park, one of the most important protected areas in Bolivia which has a global … Read more
The Ogiek: a dialogue to secure livelihoods and rights – Kenya
For generations, the knowledge and practices of the Ogiek of Mount Elgon, Kenya, have sustained their livelihoods and the ecosystem on which they depend.
They grazed their cattle, sheep and goats on the Chepkitale moorland of Mt Elgon and into … Read more
The B’laan of the Philippines keep seeking land and food security, social justice and peace !
The Inter-Cultural Organizations’ Network for Solidarity and Peace (ICON-SP) Inc. is a relatively new partnership network of various Tri-peoples’ (referring to the Muslim, Christian settlers and indigenous peoples of Mindanao) and other organizations committed to work together towards peace-building, human … Read more
Building Solidarity among Aeta Communities in Capas, Tarlac (The Philippines)
The Aeta of Capas, Tarlac Province are among 12 to 15 million indigenous peoples in the Philippines. Referred to in the literature as “Negritos” and locally as kulot (curly-haired), they are known as the “people of the mountains.”
As hunter-gatherers … Read more
Consolidating the strengths of Parapeti river committees in Bolivia
Monteagudo and Huacareta Watershed Committees represent 49 rural communities across an area of 200,000-hectares along the upper Parapeti River in Bolivia. The Parapeti flows from the biodiverse sub Andean foothills into flat Chaco lowlands, providing water for communities as well … Read more
The Kereimba (“warriors”) from the TCO Isoso strengthen themselves to deal with the livelihoods and development of the Isoceño-Guaraní People (Bolivia)
The group Kereimba (“warriors”) gathers young indigenous leaders from the Isoso Guarani who discovered the need to organize systematically and institutionally to deal with the problems of their people in the Communal Territory of Origin (TCO) of Isoso.
The core … Read more
State of the indigenous peoples address in the Philippines (SIPA 2011)
Strengthening Assertion of IP Rights in Resource Conflict Areas
This proposed action puts forward the importance of dialogue and exchange among indigenous peoples groups in preparing them to face increasing threats of displacement. The State of the Indigenous Peoples Address … Read more
A Palawan indigenous delegation’s mission to Manila (The Philippines)
Mining in the Philippines, and especially in Palawan, is a major threat for the Indigenous peoples and their rights to their land. Recently, Palawan Indigenous organisations were warned that MacroAsia Corporation was organizing a delegation of 27 ‘fake’ tribal leaders … Read more
One more mini-grant !
Following the trip to Manila of the traditional chiefs (panglimas) organized by the ALDAW network (this was sponsored by the first mini-aid), a new meeting on 7 September 2011 at the national office of the NCIP (National Commission of Indigenous … Read more