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[Comunicado] Organizaciones de derechos humanos han emitido una #Alerta por las situaciones de violencia ocurridas durante el #ParoNacionalEc ... See MoreSee Less

Manari Ushugua, Sapara indigenous leader: dreamworlds & indigenous struggles in the Amazon.

The Sapara are an indigenous nation in the Ecuadorian Amazon, trying to make their ways of knowing and being known to the world. Manari Ushugua, a Sapara shaman, explains how they are guided by dreams, how spirits are omnipresent in the forest, how they are resisting oil and mining, and what alternatives they are setting up.The Sapara are an indigenous nation in the Ecuadorian Amazon, trying to make their ways of knowing and being known to the world. Manari Ushugua, a Sapara sha...
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North-South knowledge sharing with CICADA Indigenous partners: Christian Coocoo, Cultural Services Coordinator with the Atikamekw Nation from Quebec, Canada, recently paid a visit to Ngäbe and Buglé Indigenous communities in the North Santa Fe region of Panama, for an intercultural dialogue and exchange.In August 2019, Christian Coocoo, Cultural Services Coordinator with the Atikamekw Nation from Quebec, Canada, paid a visit to Ngäbe and Buglé Indigenous com... ... See MoreSee Less

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Educational and cultural exchange among CICADA Indigenous partner organizations:
Christian Coocoo (right), Cultural Services Coordinator with the Council of the Atikamekw Nation, presents on Atikamekw history and issues to Ngäbe and Buglé community members in Santa Fe, Panama.
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Educational and cultural exchange among CICADA Indigenous partner organizations:
Christian Coocoo (right), Cultural Services Coordinator with the Council of the Atikamekw Nation, presents on Atikamekw history and issues to Ngäbe and Buglé community members in Santa Fe, Panama.
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