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Ranjan Engticode 12m
“We are not myths of the past but with narratives for the future....We belong to our ancestors representing the resilience of our clans....We are the Indigenous Peoples and the Earth is our ancestral land.” Happy International Day of the World’s !!
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Krunal Shah 7m
Wishes on 'Day of World ' It is estimated that 370 million indigenous people living in the world, Who call 90 countries home and represent around 5,000 different cultures, acc. to the UN. They are also known in some regions as First peoples.
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Jessica Herrera-Flanigan🙏🏻❤️ Aug 3
An emoji for Int'l Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Just use any of these #          
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Mitesh Vasaiya Aug 4
From ostrich-shell jewellery and cow fat headgear to leaf hats and woollen headdresses, here's a glimpse of what women around the world keep with them when they head out. Via
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Kera O’Regan - Māori 4 #BlackLivesMatter 2h
Support today by sharing & amplifying the voices of . Our communities have solutions & are the key to just climate action. We must be centered in the climate movement and all collective action ✊🏽
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Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) Aug 3
Article by 's Nick Bainton on and is now available in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology
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UN DESA Aug 2
On 9 & 10 Aug we’re celebrating Int'l Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples! Thanks to , everyone can use our special emoji👏 How? Simple! Just use any of these # Join us!
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Purnesh Pisde16 14m
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IFES Disability Aug 7
For , follow ! In celebration of World Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Aug. 9, learn more about ’s work to ensure the rights of around the world, including political and electoral rights.
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Damon Lynch Aug 5
Tuatara genome reveals diverse insights into a remarkable reptile. Wonderful to see research collaboration with being lauded.
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Isabella Naiduki Aug 5
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Global Network for Environmental Affairs 26m
The indigenous peoples have protected the world with their traditional knowledge that stems from observation and interaction with nature before we took away their land, language, culture and deprived them of their rights.
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Nigel Crawhall Aug 7
Join us for this webinar on and , looking at ILK and the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
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Earth Worm Jharkhand #IndigenousLivesMatter Aug 3
Conserving 30% of the world's wilderness excluding , a neoliberal formula to translate environment impact for balance sheets, aren't things we celebrate. This article is about decadent capitalism and the deep alienation between humans and the rest of the planet.
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Dr.T Aug 4
Was asked by Springer Publishers to edit a book on of marginalised groups from . My dedication is always about the plight of the , , and many others. We see you. We hear you. This book will be to your service.
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Alyssa Crittenden Aug 5
International Day of the World’s is coming up on Aug 9 🦋✨🦋✨
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Global Environment Facility (GEF) Aug 7
Nature-dependent are not just victims of a deteriorating global environment, but are also a source of . works closely w/ indigenous communities on protecting the global environment 🌎
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Vítor da Silva Aug 3
How are "taming the civilized" – "Nobody respects what they don't know. We need to show the strength, the beauty of our . Only then will they and admire what we are." – Wabuá Xavante __________
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Waatavaran 3m
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Heart of the North Aug 5
Why is it important to preserve almost extinct languages? One of our Michif translators, Dr. Lorraine Coutu- Lavallee answers us!
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