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10,000 indigenous people yesterday arrived in to demand justice along with rural farmers afro-colombians&social leaders 😥 64 massacres across Colombia 2020,so dangerous for environmentaldefenders. , 🙏👀👂 protect their rights.
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Sophia Mathur Oct 17
Nova Scotia police must step in.
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Robert Redmayne Hosking Oct 17
🌎🌿👇Solidarity Sophia.!✌️💚🌿For Week 102. 🗣️📢🆘🌎🆘🌿 🗣️📢🌎📢🆘🆘🌿 🗣️📢📢🌎🆘🌿WE NEED CLIMATE ACCOUNTABILTY LAWS.🗣️📢📢🆘🌿🌎 👀👁️👁️🌎 🗣️📢🆘🌎🆘🌿 🗣️📢🌎📢🌿
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Roman Stratkötter Oct 18
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Roman Stratkötter Oct 17
Replying to @stratkotter
and that we got to and ! Also it's week 31 in partnership with ! In only 30 yeares Industrial forst Climate crimes of companys like Shell will be in Trouble. They will be in Trouble because the
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Carlos Alberto Laux Guillen 🇧🇷🇩🇪🇧🇪🚩 Oct 16
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Global Witness Oct 14
📅Join us on 27 October for an online event to discuss how we can through proposed new legislation to hold European companies accountable for their and environmental impacts:
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@FFFCanada Oct 17
WTF again!!!! The whole world is watching. Police or expect youth to double down on their message
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Tino Pfaff #BlackLivesMatter Oct 19
end the masacres against the indigenous people! protecte there ! The world is watching!
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Extinction Rebellion Berlin 🌍 Oct 18
"Indigenous peoples’ contributions are essential in designing and implementing solutions for ecosystems. Traditional knowledge and heritage can contribute to environmental assessments and sustainable ecosystem management."
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Extinction Rebellion Berlin 🌍 Oct 13
Replying to @Survival
"In Brazil today indigenous people hold big protests to demand land protection and call for our people to be respected. Enough blood has been shed already." - Hamangai, a young activist (via )
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Global Witness Oct 19
Corporate accountability laws could be the key to protecting communities on the front lines of which are being attacked for taking on big business. Join us on 27 October to find out more:
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Sophia Mathur Oct 16
Week 102 Nova Scotia lobster fishery All Eyes on 👀 MI’KMA’KI We all must Still alone with my mom because we’re waiting to see what the week post Canadian Thanksgiving travel will do to the Covid curve in our community.
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Julia Urrunaga Oct 14
Jesús Cahuasa leader of received phone death threat after denouncing at that drug dealers and illegal loggers are invading his territory & gov is not investigating the murder of Arbildo Meléndez.
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Jemma 🔥🎃👻 Oct 16
Week 87 Week 32 ✊🏾Solidarity activists globally. We stand with unheard but not voiceless Most affected ppl & areas
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Extinction Rebellion Berlin 🌍 Oct 18
Replying to @Survival
“Climate change isn’t a thing of the future. It's happening NOW." The movement for the climate is gaining traction all over the world. Brazilian activist Luana Tapajos calls for these spaces to platform indigenous peoples and their experiences.(via )
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Julia Urrunaga Oct 14
& president of Jesús Cahuasa is receiving death threats. At hearing last week he denounced corruption and human rights violations & demanded more protection from government.
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Extinction Rebellion Berlin 🌍 Oct 14
Replying to @Survival
Discrimination, “development” projects, mining, deforestation... Jeremias from the Mura people, speaks about the threats faced by indigenous people in Brazil. (via )
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Global Witness Oct 14
How can European businesses play their part in upholding the rights of Land & ? 📅Join our panel of front line environmentalists and EU policy makers on 27 October to discuss this question. Sign up here:
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Saribuhay UP Diliman #FightClimateInjustice Oct 14
As youth environmentalists, we say: THIS IS FAR FROM ENOUGH! Saribuhay UPD joins the call for an independent, transparent, and rigorous investigation on the human rights crisis in the country by the UNHRC. (1/18)
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