Indigenous People Podcast

  • Walking with our sisters

     
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    This news story is about the opening of the Walking With Our Sisters memorial exhibition, based on a live broadcast from the exhibition on July 30, 2015, the day before it opened, at the K'omoks band hall on Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada. The live show was hosted by Gunargie O'Sullivan; edited as a collaborative project at the Denman Island Women's Media Camp; first aired in Canada's National Campus and Community Radio program, Groundwire.

    August 18, 2015


  • An interview with Lee Maracle

     
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    Interview with renowned Canadian indigenous author Lee Maracle about a forthcoming book of poetry dedicated to Canada's missing and murdered women. This interview was recorded during the Denman Island Readers and Writers Festival, in July 2015. This segment is produced by Frieda Werden of WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service

    August 18, 2015


  • Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On A Call To Action at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about Indigenous Peoples' power in numbers to fight back against companies trying to defy their rights and occupy their lands.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Consumerism at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about consumerism in the modern world and our responsibility to care for the earth, and gives advice about how we can enact chance for future generations.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Deep Sea Bed Mining at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about deep sea bed mining and its impacts on the environment, especially in Oceania and Indigenous communities, including her native New Zealand.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Interventions at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about her favorite interventions in the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. She believes the interventions regarding climate change have been very important in her community and across the world.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Successes At The UNPFII 2015 - 1

     
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    Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about successes at the 2015 UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Communities in the Pacific region have united over common issues; different groups have made efforts to align as Indigenous Peoples as a body in international conferences, and Indigenous Peoples were represented in a major climate change conference.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn On Successes At The UNPFII 2015 - 2

     
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    Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn speaks about successes at the 2015 UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues, including the new participation on Indigenous Peoples of Japan and Taiwan in the conferences.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Chief Bellegarde on Canada's Indigenous Peoples at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Chief Bellegarde speaks at UNFPII to bring to light the gap between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples in regard to the United Nations Human Development Index and the rights of indigenous peoples in Canada. Bellegarde works to close the gap between the wealth of Canada as a nation and Canada's indigenous peoples. He calls on Canada to respect the rights of Indigenous Peoples.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


  • Christina Coc on Land Rights in Belize at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Cristina Coc, a Q'eqchi Maya woman of southern Belize, shares how Mayan groups in Belize have been fighting for their rights for over 30 years. After many meetings with the State, the Belize national court has acknowledged legal Indigenous rights to their land and affirmed that the government may not use, destruct, or occupy Indigenous land.

    This audio is part of a series UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues – 2015 by Indigenous Rights Radio, a program of Cultural Survival.

    August 18, 2015


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