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Beneath the Streets
08 November 2011

New York as never seen before

What scenery comes to mind when you think about the Big Apple? Skyscrapers, Time Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park and all the other iconic places that make this city stand out in common imagination.

Torture is not my culture
17 October 2011

Barcelona abolish bullfighting. A growind number of Spaniard fights against the tauromaquia

I still remember the very first time I saw a bull die struck down by a sword...

A Cherokee in search of his roots
27 August 2011

Story of a musician on the path of his traditions

My name is Ruben Pandy, but my traditional name is A-yo-li Yona standing for "Young Bear"..

Can Lion and Lamb live together?
10 August 2011

Gladson Dungdung, a Human Rights Activist and writer from Jharkhand, poses a question as old as language itself... a question that presses on the very heart of indigenous struggle today: Can Lion and Lamb live in peace?

The Ecospirituality Foundation at the United Nations for the Indigenous People
13 June 2011

We publish the appeal of the representatives of the Ecospirituality Foundation to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York. From many years the Ecospirituality Foundation works for the Natural People, above all as concerning the defense of their traditions and their sacred places.

End Columbus Day
17 October 2011

Each year the recognition of Columbus Day places Indigenous Peoples in a painfully uncomfortable position. In the year 2011, as Native people in this country, we still must explain our feelings about a historically inaccurate, national holiday.

A life dedicated to the rights of Indigenous People
06 September 2011

Interviewing Kenneth Deer

“One of the greatest problems with modern society is its non-existant link with the Earth, the environment, plants and all creatures”

Mysteries and ghosts of Madrid
25 August 2011

Madrid is a loud city, where people are always in a hurry. In following the daily routine, Madrilenians hardly make eye contact in a world of growing impersonality. Only by lifting one’s gaze makes it possible to pierce into the uncanny aspect of this Town.

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
29 June 2011

The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was adopted by the General Assembly on Thursday September 13, 2007, by a majority of 144 states in favour, 4 votes against (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States) and 11 abstentions (Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burundi, Colombia, Georgia, Kenya, Nigeria, Russian Federation, Samoa and Ukraine.

Brazil urged to suspend Belo Monte Dam Project
07 June 2011

The Brazilian authorities must ensure the rights of indigenous communities living around the river Xingu are respected and protected...


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