Posts Tagged "Indigenous Rights"

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Finding Common Ground: community self-determination in the face of resource extraction in Guatemala and Canada

On April 22 from 1-2:30pm PST / 4-5:30pm EST / 5-6:30pm AST Allied organizations and collectives from Canada, the U.S. and beyond will convene an online teach-in about the peaceful resistance to the Escobal silver mine in southeastern Guatemala owned…

Indigenous still waiting for vows to turn into action

October 21, 2019

Chrystal Désilets likes to remain hopeful when she hears promises flow from the mouths of would-be MPs on the campaign trail. But too often, particularly surrounding Indigenous issues, it becomes the same old story. There’s plenty of talk while her…

Post filed in: Indigenous Rights, UNDRIP Blog Updates

Indigenous leaders reach deal with government of Ecuador

October 15, 2019

After almost two weeks of mass mobilizations, the people and Government of Ecuador reached a deal late Sunday night. In a dialogue aired live on national television and online, the President of Ecuador agreed to cancel Decree 883, the austerity…

Post filed in: Indigenous Rights, Latin America

Bill C-262 in limbo

June 21, 2019

Time may have run out on Bill C-262. Although originally scheduled to adjourn on June 28, the Senate is now expected to wrap up today, National Indigenous Peoples Day, leaving several bills, including Bill C-262, in limbo. In an Open…

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