Give Indigenous People Land Rights or Fail on Deforestation Pledges, Governors Told
Regional government officials from Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Spain and the United States met on Thursday in Guadalajara, Mexico, having pledged two years ago to reduce deforestation by 80 percent by 2020.
Archaeologists have discovered traces of mysterious rituals performed by shamans about 9,000 years ago in north-western Poland.Totem Pole, Washington State Tribes Join Pipeline Protest
Ceremony, aromatic sage and drumming song welcomed the 12 tribes of Washington State into the encampment of Native Americans supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline.Indigenous Activists Detain Panama's President for 2 Hours
The Indigenous protesters are upset about a government plan to develop a hydroelectric project they fear will destroy their lands.Indigenous Peoples in Peru Score Historical Victory in Securing Land Agreements
Peruvian Amazon indigenous peoples’ organisation AIDESEP has successfully used the IDB Complaint Mechanism (ICIM) coupled with sustained dialogue with senior IDB officials to secure major reforms to a potentially harmful land titling project.