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A timely book launch and webinar :"Black and Indigenous Resistance in the Americas: From Multiculturalism to Racist Backlash"

📕 "A product of a multiyear, transnational research project by the Antiracist Research and Action Network of the Americas, the volume charts the rise of racial recalcitrance and of anti-racist resistance by black and indigenous peoples in seven countries of the Americas"

📆 Monday, September 21st
➡️ Register here: brown.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M8htxFO6QHmr3t5Lh_QpCA
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A timely book launch and webinar :Black and Indigenous Resistance in the Americas: From Multiculturalism to Racist Backlash

📕 A product of a multiyear, transnational research project by the Antiracist Research and Action Network of the Americas, the volume charts the rise of racial recalcitrance and of anti-racist resistance by black and indigenous peoples in seven countries of the Americas

📆 Monday, September 21st
➡️ Register here: https://brown.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M8htxFO6QHmr3t5Lh_QpCA

Global Biodiversity Outlooks 2 is now available!

#lbo2 draws on the knowledge and perspectives of #indigenous peoples and proposes 6 key transitions toward more balanced relationships between people and nature, among which:
1️⃣ Cultural transitions towards diverse ways of knowing and being
2️⃣ Land transitions towards securing customary land tenure of IPLCs
3️⃣ Governance transitions towards inclusive decision-making and self-determined development

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Global Biodiversity Outlooks 2 is now available!

#LBO2 draws on the knowledge and perspectives of #Indigenous peoples and proposes 6 key transitions toward more balanced relationships between people and nature, among which: 
1️⃣ Cultural transitions towards diverse ways of knowing and being
2️⃣ Land transitions towards securing customary land tenure of IPLCs
3️⃣ Governance transitions towards inclusive decision-making and self-determined development

Find out what are the 3 other proposed transitions here ➡️ https://lbo2.localbiodiversityoutlooks.net/

Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) Convention on Biological Diversity IIFB

The second edition of Local Biodiversity Outlooks (LBO 2) will be launched on September 16th.

The publication is a landmark collaborative piece of research and analysis which focuses on contributions from #IndigenousPeoples and Local Communities and acts as a companion to the Global Biodiversity Outlook. LBO 2 is released during crucial negotiations towards a #post2020 global biodiversity framework, and its findings are of fundamental importance to the outcome of those negotiations.

Find out more and register to join the #LBO2 launch event: www.cbd.int/conferences/sbstta24-sbi3-prep/lbo-2-launch

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LBO 2 is published by the IIFB (International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity), the Indigenous Womens’ Biodiversity Network, the Centres of Distinction on Indigenous and Local Knowledge, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and Forest Peoples Programme (FPP).
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The second edition of Local Biodiversity Outlooks (LBO 2) will be launched on September 16th.

The publication is a landmark collaborative piece of research and analysis which focuses on contributions from #IndigenousPeoples and Local Communities and acts as a companion to the Global Biodiversity Outlook. LBO 2 is released during crucial negotiations towards a #post2020 global biodiversity framework, and its findings are of fundamental importance to the outcome of those negotiations.

Find out more and register to join the #LBO2 launch event:  https://www.cbd.int/conferences/sbstta24-sbi3-prep/lbo-2-launch 

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LBO 2 is published by the IIFB (International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity), the Indigenous Womens’ Biodiversity Network, the Centres of Distinction on Indigenous and Local Knowledge, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and Forest Peoples Programme (FPP).

September 13 will mark the 13th anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

🎙Cultural Survival’s Indigenous Rights Radio discusses the past, present and future of #UNDRIP in an interview with Les Malezer, chairperson for the Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action (FAIRA) in Australia. Listen here: rights.culturalsurvival.org/les-malezer-commemorating-undrip

🔈 Each of UNDRIP’s 46 articles are also read and explained in this radio series: bit.ly/3m67BMG

📙 Find the text of the declaration in the 6 official UN languages here: bit.ly/2GHxIt5
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September 13 will mark the 13th anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. 

🎙Cultural Survival’s Indigenous Rights Radio discusses the past, present and future of #UNDRIP in an interview with Les Malezer, chairperson for the Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action (FAIRA) in Australia. Listen here: https://rights.culturalsurvival.org/les-malezer-commemorating-undrip

🔈 Each of UNDRIP’s 46 articles are also read and explained in this radio series: https://bit.ly/3m67BMG

📙 Find the text of the declaration in the 6 official UN languages here: https://bit.ly/2GHxIt5

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Our #indigenous partner the Majé Emberá Drüa needs emergency support!

Due to #COVID19 and lock-down measures, the region's 87 families face food shortages, lack medical supplies, and cannot access clean drinking water, among others. This poses immediate health and economic threats in addition to jeopardizing the community's long-term conservation and food sustainability projects.

Please visit the link below to contribute to the fundraising campaign organized by a team of environmental researchers and allies, and share widely in your networks.

➡️ lnkd.in/eS3R2c3
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Our #Indigenous partner the Majé Emberá Drüa needs emergency support!

Due to #Covid19 and lock-down measures, the regions 87 families face food shortages, lack medical supplies, and cannot access clean drinking water, among others. This poses immediate health and economic threats in addition to jeopardizing the communitys long-term conservation and food sustainability projects.

Please visit the link below to contribute to the fundraising campaign organized by a team of environmental researchers and allies, and share widely in your networks.

➡️ https://lnkd.in/eS3R2c3

The latest ICCA Consortium Newsflash is out!

It is a great way to keep up with recent developments in the movement to defend Territories of Life. And we talk about our recently launched policy briefs on #biocultural diversity!

Follow the link in the publication below ⬇️👀☀️Our latest #Newsflash is off the press!
👉https://bit.ly/3h3wogG

🍃We are pleased to share highlights from our recent 10th anniversary events, including a new video about the history of the ICCA Consortium, and to announce the launch of a new initiative on territories of life and community fisheries. Hear from youth in Mexico and Brazil, rally around Indigenous organisations defending their territories in Peru and Kenya, find out what's happening with #ICCAs in Benin and Burkina Faso and more!

MUPAN, TICCA Latinoamérica, Blue Ventures, TAFO MIHAAVO, Costa Humboldt, Observatorio Ciudadano Chile, LEAP (Land Empowerment Animals People), Gobierno Territorial Autónomo de la Nación Wampís, Ogiek Peoples' Development Program-OPDP, AMAF BENIN, Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives, NATUDEV, Natural Justice, Forest Peoples Programme (FPP)

📸 : Wampis women © Pablo Lasansky.
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The latest ICCA Consortium Newsflash is out! 

It is a great way to keep up with recent developments in the movement to defend Territories of Life. And we talk about our recently launched policy briefs on #biocultural diversity!

Follow the link in the publication below ⬇️
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Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives