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Cultural Survival's Indigenous radio producers bring you the latest information on Indigenous Peoples' rights and how they are being implemented around the world. Listen to our programs, designed for broadcast on community radio stations, including Public Service Announcements, interviews, and documentaries about internationally recognized rights and the strategies communities are using to make those rights a reality.

 

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Indigenous Women's Health

Indigenous women represent one of the most vulnerable and marginalized populations in the world. For centuries, Indigenous Women have been subjected to relentless discrimination and different types of violence based on gender, indigeneity, and class. They are deprived from even basic human rights such as access to health services, education and employment. This Indigenous Rights Radio program depicts Indigenous Women and access to quality health services.

Producer : Dev Kumar Sunuwar and Bia'ni Madsa' Juárez López

Interviews:

1) Hillary Weaver, Lakota Nations, University of Buffalo

2) Ruth Anna Buffallo, Public Health Expert, South Dakota

3) Alexey Tsykarev, Member of Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP)

4) Lhamo Yangjen Sherpa, Medical Doctor and a Researcher, Nepal

Picture: Indigenous Woman With Medicine, Artwork by Southern African San Development Organisation
Music: Remember your children: by Solidummay, used with permission.
This is a production of  Indigenous Rights Radio. Our programs are free to listen, download and spread.

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Perfiles de Mujeres Indígenas en el Marco del Día Internacional de la Lengua Materna

En 1999, la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (UNESCO) proclamó el 21 de febrero Día Internacional de la Lengua Materna como un día propicio para: Promover la reflexión y movilización a favor de la diversidad lingüística y de las lenguas del mundo.

Las mujeres Indígenas alrededor del mundo cumplen con distintos roles encaminados a mantener sus culturas y tradiciones milenarias, entre ellos, conservar y practicar el idioma materno. Esta tarea no ha sido fácil para las mujeres Indígenas. En este programa le presentamos a varias lideres Indígenas que a nivel local y regional han logrado mucho para sí mismas y sus comunidades.

Musicalización:

6 Ajmaq del grupo Balam Ajpu. Usado con permiso

Iyom Mamom del grupo K´oxomal Winaqil. Usado con permiso.

Música de Introducción:

“Burn Your Village to the Ground” por A Tribe Called Red. Usado con permiso.

Voces:

- Laura Ajcalón, comunicadora comunitaria, Maya Kakchikel de Guatemala

- María Pedro, comunicadora comunitaria, Maya Mam de Guatemala

- Rigoberta Menchú Tum, premio Nobel de la Paz , Maya Quiché de Guatemala

Imagen:

Capturada y editada por CS​​

Enlaces:

Primeras mujeres indigenas congresistas en Estados Unidos 

Rigoberta Menchú, Premi nobel de la paz

Rosalina Tuyuc, lídere Indígena y ex Congresista de Guatemala. 

Día internacional de la Lengua Materna

Realización:

Rosario Sul González

Esto es una producción de Radio de Derechos Indígenas. Nuestros programas son gratuitos para escuchar, descargar y difundir.

 

 

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