This interview is part of a multi radio project with three radio stations in South Africa. Jayd Smith interviews the Namibian organizers of the Nama Festival, and annual celebration that takes place in Keetmanshoop, South Africa.
The organizers of the festival were recently in South Africa, where a video of them singing in Khoekhoegowab has surfaced and was quite popular among the locals.
Jayd Smith from Eldos FM in Johannesburg interviewed Macci Eigus, Dawid Eigub en Dirk Eigub.
What is the state of education among Indigenous Peoples? Khoe language activist Denver Breda gives us an in-depth understanding of the situation in South Africa in particular with regard to Indigenous peoples as well as people with slave ancestry.
Producer: Shaldon Ferris
Interviewee: Denver Breda
Image: Denver Breda
Music: Anania2 by The Baba Project, used with permission
Indigenous Rights Radio Intro track features "Burn your Village to the Ground" by @a-tribe-called-red. Used with permission.
Shannon Foster is a Sydney D'harawal Knowledge Keeper, educator, and artist. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. with the Center for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges at the University of Technology in Sydney. Drawing on traditional knowledge, Indigenous leaders have advocated for changes to current land management practices for decades to help limit anticipated future fire damage. Aboriginal people have a deep knowledge of their lands, and traditional burning practices can help prevent massive destruction.
Confeniae informa es un programa del Consejo de Gobierno de la Confeniae donde exponen información actualizada de la región amazónica con noticias locales, regionales y nacionales de la coyuntura organizativa, procesos sociales y políticos en Ecuador. En este programa podrá escuchar información sobre_
- Caso Piatua, absolución Cristian Aguinda
- Entrenamiento tecnología sucumbios
- Comité de victimas paro nacional
- Asamblea red ALAS
Las siglas del movimiento LGBTI han ido evolucionando a lo largo de los años para englobar en ellas a las personas con identidades de género u orientaciones sexuales diferentes a la heterosexual. Lamentablemente el odio, repudio y ataques hacia la comunidad LGBTI en los últimos años ha ido en considerable aumento, en algunos países se ha llegado al punto de asesinarlos ¿ser Indígena y pertenecer a la comunidad LGBTI es fácil?
Leaders and activists from all over the planet converged in Madrid, Spain to attend COP25, The United Nations Climate Change Conference.
At the forefront of half a million protesters who marched through the Spanish Capital City, were indigenous voices who led the charge in what has become a monumental demonstration to highlight the global challenges that we’re all facing as a result of climate change.
Ta’kaiya Blaney (Tla A'min Nation) from Indigenous Climate Action was there, and we got a chance to speak to her.
In South Africa, in November 2019, a small but significant victory has been achieved when a benefit sharing agreement was reached with the Indigenous People of South Africa. The Khoi and San people will now benefit from the multi-million rand Rooibos tea and Honeybush industries.
Only 2% of the farmers who grow the tea are from Indigenous communities.
National KhoiSan Council chairman Cecil LeFleur talks to Indigenous Rights Radio.
Producer: Shaldon Ferris
Music: Yarina, Lights in the Forrest, used with permission.
In Nepal, people belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community are known as "Tesro lingi" (third gender). In Nepal, and in many other places in the world, members of the LGBTQIA+ community face lack of respect and acceptance due to discrimination. Families often reject them. They often become homeless, face bullying, and many are barred from accessing education.
Image: LGBTQIA+ Pride Flag, Wikimedia Commons
Music: Yawar Wawki-Yarina, titled ‘wawa’ music from Peru, used with Consent.
El Agua es un vital liquido que ha sido cuidado por pueblos indígenas desde hace miles de años, esto en base al conocimiento de que sin agua no hay vida de todas las especies.
Radio comunitaria Xyaab’ Tzuultaq’a de Guatemala ha abordado y analizado este tema con varios expertos en uno de sus programas, que han preparado para que usted pueda escuchar, descargar y compartir de forma gratuita.
Cultural Survival's Dev Kumar Sunuwar spoke to Victoria Tauli Corpuz,the Special Rapporteur of on the Rights Indigenous Peoples on IYIL 2019, we also interview Joan Carling from the Indigenous Peoples Major Group for Sustainable Development.
Production: Shaldon Ferris (Khoisan, South Africa)
Image: Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, courtesy of Jamie Kalliongis
Interviewer: Dev Kumar Sunuwar
Interviewees: Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Joan Carling