Tag: indigenous rights

A conversation with Tarisson Nawa and Ariane Susui
Indigenous leader Gam Shimray on the fundamentality of rights in ongoing biodiversity proceedings
Principles to help infuse other sustainability standards and activities with justice
The ancient term brings novel implications for sustainable economic structures
GLF Live with Gam Shimray and Alain Frechette
In Africa, “colonial conservation” has become a human rights issue
Multi-stakeholder platforms need critical mass of Indigenous and local people
A lawyer speaks on the murders of Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips
GLF Amazonia Day 3 highlights need to link Amazonian ecological and social systems in policy
Thousands advocate for the nation’s supreme court to honor Indigenous land claims predating 1988 constitution
A look inside the Indigenous movement fighting for ecosystems to be subjects for state protection
GLF Live with film director Joshua B. Pribanic
Of USD 30 billion, negligible amounts reach caretakers of nearly half the world’s non-Antarctic land
How patenting genetic resources can fail to benefit the traditional knowledge holders it should
GLF Live with documentary filmmaker Sanjay Rawal