Tag: Indigenous Peoples

One of the recommendations outlined in this workshop is the need for a mechanism for evaluating the impact of the Regional Regulation on the Recognition and Protection of Indigenous Peoples so that its implementation is beneficial and well-targeted for indigenous peoples, in terms of economic, social and environmental impacts......
Indigenous women are vulnerable to stigma and layered discrimination. Their contributions to community livelihoods and advocacy for human rights often do not get the recognition they deserve......
The United Nations (UN) highlights the role of women in preserving and transmitting traditional knowledge by adopting it as the theme for the International day of Indigenous Peoples. However, the term "traditional knowledge" contains problems. “Not traditional knowledge… Indigenous women's knowledge,” said Olvi Octavianita Tumbelaka, Campaigner for Kaoem Telapak......


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