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El Foro Permanente para las Cuestiones Indígenas de la ONU, es un evento que se realiza cada año con la participación de estados, organizaciones y representantes de Pueblos Indigenas para examinar durante 2 semanas cuestiones relacionadas al desarrollo económico y social, la cultura, la educación, la salud, el medio ambiente y los derechos humanos.

En su 21 periodo de sesiones El tema que se esta abordando es: “Pueblos Indígenas, empresas, autonomía y los principios de derechos humanos asociados a la diligencia debida, incluido el consentimiento libre, previo e informado”

Over the past 25 years, Richard A. Grounds (Yuchi), Ph.D., has worked with Yuchi Elders to create new Yuchi speakers and bring his language back into his community, as well as advocating for Indigenous Peoples' language rights globally. He is currently Chair of the Global Indigenous Languages Caucus and Executive Director of the Yuchi Language Project. An article by Dr. Grounds on Yuchi language revitalization in the face of intellectual colonialism appears in Indigenous Languages and the Promise of Archives, from the University of Nebraska Press.

The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is a high-level advisory body to the Economic and Social Council.
The twenty-first session of the Permanent Forum is taking place from April 25th to May 6th, 2022, at UN Headquarters, New York.
In this interview, Cultural Survival's Director of Programs Avexnim Cojti (Maya Ki’che) speaks to Diphetogo Anita Lekgowa (San) from the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC) about Indigenous language revitalization efforts in Africa.

The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is a high-level advisory body to the Economic and Social Council.
The twenty-first session of the Permanent Forum is happening from April 25th to May 6th, 2022, at the UN Headquarters in New York.
This year's special theme is “Indigenous Peoples, business, autonomy and the human rights principles of due diligence including Free, Prior and Informed Consent”

El Foro Permanente para las Cuestiones Indígenas de la ONU, es un evento que se realiza desde el año 2002.  Este foro se lleva a cabo cada año en New York durante dos semanas donde se reunen estados, organizaciones y representantes de Pueblos  Indigenas para examinar  cuestiones relacionadas al desarrollo económico y social, la cultura, la educación, la salud, el medio ambiente y los derechos humanos.

Da inicio la 21º sesión del Foro Permanente para las Cuestiones Indígenas de la ONU quién es un ente asesor del Consejo Económico y Social de las Naciones Unidas –ECOSOC-. Este espacio reúne a estados, organizaciones y representantes de Pueblos Indigenas para examinar durante dos semanas cuestiones relacionadas al desarrollo económico y social, la cultura, la educación, la salud, el medio ambiente y los derechos humanos.

In this radio program, Ricardo Herdien talks about how Indigenous South Africans still struggle for land and basic services.
This interview was produced by Bush Radio 89.5 FM.

All music courtesy of Bush Radio.

In South Africa, land conferences are held often, but Khoi and San people are seldom involved in the talks. Martinus Fredericks, a direct descendent of Cornelius Fredericks, who was a Nama leader who fought along Kaptein Hendrik Witbooi.
Produced by Radio Atlantis.
Image: Martinus Fredericks (LinkedIn)
Music: "Anania2", by The Baba Project, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

In March of 2022, Cultural Survival’s Executive Director Galina Angarova (Buryat) and Director of Programs Avexnim Cojti (Maya K’iche’) traveled to Brussels, Belgium, to meet with Members of the European Parliament, environmental and civil society groups engaged in advocacy efforts around the new European Union battery regulation and the proposed horizontal due diligence law.

In this podcast, Cultural Survival's Avexnim Cojti met with Editor in Chief of Indigenous Russia, Dmitry Berezhkov (Itelmen), and spoke about the impacts of mining on Indigenous communities.
Produced by Avexnim Cojti (Maya K'iche)
Voices: Dmitry Berezhkov (Itelmen)
Music: "Whispers", by The Ziibiwan, used with permission.
"Burn your village to the ground", by The Halluci Nation, used with permission.

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