Indigenous Territory & Resource Rights

El 27 marzo celebraremos nuestro 21° aniversario!

March 26, 2014

Cross-posted from COPINH

Otra cuña para nuestro 21° aniversario. Celebraremos con ceremonias, haciendo memoria histórica, con programas especiales en las radios Lencas del COPINH, reflexión y análisis. http://giss.tv:8000/guarajambala.mp3.m3u
Desde tempranito una compostura a la tierra en UTOPIA. Habrá alborada.

The Resistance CONTINUES and the Indigenous Mandate in San Francisco de Opalaca

February 10, 2014

Cross-posted from COPINH

COPINH hereby communicates to the world that today, Sunday January 26, 2014, the mandated sovereignty indigenous action continues, in defense of the collective rights to autonomy and respect, for the establishment of the Legitimate Municipal Indigenous Council, to fulfill indigenous governmental functions.  This historic action took place yesterday, in the presence of some 800 Lenca indigenous people of Opalaca, of COPINH and ADRO. 

Versión en español abajo.

URGENT ACTION: MASS DEPRIVATION OF NATIONALITY UNDERWAY IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

November 15, 2013

Cross-posted from Amnesty International

The Constitutional Court ruling which deprives thousands of individuals of foreign descent of their Dominican nationality is being implemented. This has created an increasing nationalist and hostile atmosphere where individuals of Haitian descent are particularly discriminated against and at risk of violence and further violations.

Global Day of Action against Waste Incineration and for Zero Waste Alternatives!

November 8, 2013

Cross-posted from GAIA

Para ver esta información en españolhaz clic aquí.

Media Advisory  - Images for Day of Action

GAIA would like to invite our members and allied groups to join our 13th Global Day of Action against Waste Incineration and for Zero Waste Alternatives on November 8, 2013.

Important: Please sign the global resolution today!

The 2013 Global Day of Action on Waste and Incineration will be part of the Global Month of Action on Dirty Energy organized by a coalition of international networks. This Month of Action is a united effort to demand the transformation of our energy systems in favor of sustainable and community-based solutions.

Indigenous rights threatened by resource development in Canada and abroad

September 18, 2013

Cross-Posted From Amnesty International

An estimated three-quarters of the world’s mining and minerals exploration
companies are headquartered in Canada. Through new trade agreements and
other initiatives, the federal government is opening doors for further
expansion of Canadian oil and gas, mining and other extractive industries,
around the world—including in countries like Colombia and Guatemala where
there is widespread and brutal violation of the human rights of Indigenous
peoples.

Join Amnesty International's call to the Canadian government to ensure
that Indigenous Rights are safeguarded whenever they may be affected by
resource companies operating at home and abroad.  

Click here to take action<http://www.e-activist.com/ea-campaign/broadcast.response.do?ea.url.id=16...

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