Indigenous People Podcast

  • Christopher Kuaiwa on Land Rights in Hawaii at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Christopher Kuaiwa of Hawaii speaks about the destruction of a sacred mountain in his community and wants to spread his message of advocacy for Indigenous Rights throughout the world. He also participated in an intervention and proposed recommendations in the Permanent Forum regarding the 30-meter telescope that is proposed to be built on the sacred mountain calling to halt construction and divest.

    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


  • Dalee Sambo on Accountability at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Dalee Sambo discusses the exchange between the Brazilian government's representative and representatives of Brazil’s Indigenous tribes at the UNPFII 2015. Violations of Land Rights continue in Brazil, including the criminalization of Indigenous Peoples who are trying to defend their rights to 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


  • Indigenous Peoples With Disabilities speak at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Interview at the United Nations Permament Forum on Indigenous Peoples, May 2015 in New York. Listen to a members of the Indigenous Peoples Global Network speak about how they want to be included as Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities in the broader movement.

    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


  • John Scott on Biodiversity at UNPFII 2015

     
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    John Scott highlights the importance of using processes established by Indigenous communities when gaining free, prior and informed consent for activities which will take place on their lands. He also talks about the importance of including traditional knowledge of Indigenous Peoples at the UN Permanent Forum.  

    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


  • Josh Cooper On Climate Change at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Josh Cooper speaks about climate change and its impact on Indigenous Peoples. Indigenous Peoples are being impacted by climate change, specifically in Oceania, and Josh Cooper is working to create World Climate Justice Day to bring further awareness to the issue.

    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


  • Josh Cooper On Deep Seabed Mining at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Josh Cooper speaks about deep seabed mining and the risks associated with this type of exploration for Indigenous Peoples and the environment.

    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


  • Josh Cooper On Universal Periodic Review at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Josh Cooper speaks about the importance of the Universal Periodic Review in securing Indigenous rights. Governments can propose recommendations on behalf on Indigenous Peoples in the Universal Periodic Review process.

    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


  • Kealii Gora on Getting Involved in Indigenous Advocacy at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Kealii Gora of Hawaii gives advice on how to get involved in advocating for Indigenous rights. Gora believes it is important to get Indigenous voices on the record and present concerns and perspectives in international arenas to make a change.

    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


  • Lemoine LaPointe On Community Conversations at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Lemoine LaPointe, a Lakota of South Dakota and Minnesota, speaks about community conversations and their importance in providing support for Indigenous Peoples and their relationship with the surrounding region both in the present and in the future.

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

    August 17, 2015


  • Nancy Bordeaux On Historical Trauma at UNPFII 2015

     
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    Nancy Bordeaux, a Lakota from South Dakota, shares her work in domestic violence and sexual assault and gives advice on how to make a change. She speaks about historical trauma and its effects on Native American peoples today. Nancy works with women who are victims of domestic violence and human trafficking and hopes to lessen the economic and mental health disparities in Indigenous women.

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

    August 17, 2015


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