Extractions: The Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) and the Chief George Manuel Library are pleased to support and contribute to the development and maintenance of the World Wide Web Virtual Library The Indigenous Studies Virtual Library provides links to: General Indigenous Studies Resources If you wish to register a resource with the Indigenous Studies WWW Virtual Library, please use our Site Submission Form . For other inquiries, please e-mail the Chief George Manuel Library Librarian This site is maintained in conjunction with the Australian National University's Aboriginal Studies WWW Virtual Library Circumpolar WWW Virtual Library containing links to Circumpolar Indigenous resources.
Extractions: "The Problem of Racism on the Threshold of the 21st Century" "Doctrines of Dispossession" - Racism against Indigenous peoples Historians and academics agree that the colonization of the New World saw extreme expressions of racism - massacres, forced-march relocations, the "Indian wars", death by starvation and disease. Today, such practices would be called ethnic cleansing and genocide. What seems even more appalling for contemporary minds is that the subjugation of the native peoples of the New World was legally sanctioned. "Laws" of "discovery", "conquest" and " terra nullius " made up the "doctrines of dispossession", according to Erica Irene Daes, chairperson/rapporteur of the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, in a study on indigenous peoples and their relationship to land. Specifically, in the fifteenth century, two Papal Bulls set the stage for European domination of the New World and Africa.
Indigenous Peoples & 3W An online library of over 500 texts on indigenous peoples throughout the world. PARKIPNY.TXT The indigenous peoples Rights Question in africa - Statement before UNWGIP by tuareg.TXT - Information on the situation with the tuareg people in Northern africa http://www.thirdway.org/files/world/all3wnow.html
Extractions: INDIGENOUS If now I sit once more for a brief quarter hour on the parapet of the bridge from which as a child I dangled my fishing line a thousand times, I am powerfully gripped by an awareness of how beautiful and remarkable was the experience of possessing a place to call my own. Just once to have known in one small corner of the globe each house and every window in them, and every person behind each window! Just once to have felt inseparable from a particular corner of the world, much as a tree is bound by its roots to its own particular spot. Herman Hesse The ahatai [settlers] have always coveted Llakha Honhat [Our Land], and they have used deceit and violence in order to take it from us. ... They did not plant the trees; they do not keep the bees; the wild animals and fish do not belong to them. ... We have always lived here, since the time of creation we are as much a part of Llakha Honhat as the trees that grow on it. Our land belongs to us because we belong to the land. Oral History of the Wichi Indians (Northern Argentina) Our roots are deep in the lands where we live. We have a great love for our country, for our birthplace is here. The soil is rich from the bones of thousands of our generations. Each of us was created in these lands and it is our duty to take care of them, because from these lands will spring the future generations of our peoples. We will walk about with great respect for the Earth, for it is a very Sacred Place.
Indigenous Peoples Of The World Survival for tribal people Survival is a worldwide organisation supporting tribal peoples. It stands for their right to decide their own future and helps them protect their lives, lands and human rights. safarimall. com/ africa/ bw/ bwkalahari. html. Survival for tribal and indigenous peoples. Bulletin on the Bushmen of Art and Life in africa tuareg People. http// www. http://www.adelaidehs.sa.edu.au/ahsintranet/subjects/SOSE/indigenousH.html
Extractions: Survival is a worldwide organisation supporting tribal peoples. It stands for their right to decide their own future and helps them protect their lives, lands and human rights. Survival's site is a chronicle of Survival's activities and a source of information about tribal peoples: the problems facing them and the solutions Survival would like to see. http://www.survival.org.uk/index2.htm Center For World Indigenous Studies
FWDP -- African Documents Reports on indigenous peoples.Category Regional africa Society and Culture peoples Rights Question in africa Statement before to Namibia trying to claim tobe indigenous peoples . tuareg.TXT - Information on the situation with the http://www.cwis.org/africa.html
Extractions: African Documents Documents by Dr. Richard Griggs on the Great Lakes conflict in Eastern Zaire, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and Tanzania: The Cultural Dimensions of Environmental Decision-Making by Dr. Richard Griggs MOROCO85.TXT - Statement by Morocco at the UNWGIP 4th Session - April 1985 NUBA1.TXT - The Crisis in Nuba Mountains - Genocide against the Nuba by Sudan NUBA2.TXT - Nuba Mountains Solidarity Abroad info sheet and help request PARKIPNY.TXT - The Indigenous Peoples Rights Question in Africa - Statement before UNWGIP by Moringe Parkipuny, Member of Parliament, Ngorongoro, Tanzania OGONI.TXT - Background material on the Ogoni Nation in Nigeria consisting of UNPO and Amnesty International Reports REHOBOTH.TXT - On the Discrimination of the Rehoboth Basters - A paper to the UN by European immigrants to Namibia trying to claim to be "Indigenous Peoples" SHELOGON.TXT
IPACC - Regional Information: West Africa The West African indigenous movement consists of the tuareg, Wodaabe and other nomadicSaharan / Sahelian peoples as well as the Ogoni and peoples http://www.ipacc.org.za/regional/regional.asp?Region=West_Africa
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Rashaida Samburu San (Namibia) tuareg (Sahara) Wodaabe. Library african Studies IndigenousPeoples Rights Question in africa african Experience of God http://www.smc.qld.edu.au/indilink.htm
Extractions: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THE WORLD GENERAL CENTRE FOR WORLD INDIGENOUS STUDIES AUSTRALIA Australia Maps (Magellan) WWW Virtual Library: Aboriginal Studies Koori Net The Term "Koori" ... DESERT DREAM AOTEAROA (New Zealand) MAORI COM TE PUNI KOKIRI: MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT ASIA INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF ASIA THE KAREN PEOPLE AINU (Japan) THE PACIFIC POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTRE PACIFIC ISLANDS INTERNET RESOURCE TAHITI WEB THE COOK ISLANDS THE AMERICAS SEE NATIVE AMERICAN LINKS PAGE ON OUR SITE THE NATIVE AMERICAN ADVENTURE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN MAYA CIVILIZATION - PAST AND PRESENT THE ARCTIC PEOPLE OF THE ARCTIC CIRCLE AFRICA African Art - Aesthetics and Meanings Authentic African Art Ba-Benjelle Pygmies (Central Africa) Bantu Languages ... Wodaabe Other African Sites Africa-Net African Documents African National Congress African Networking (Rhodes University, South Africa) ... African Experience of God through the eyes of an Akan Woman
World Cultures Habarino!) Rashaida Samburu San (Namibia) tuareg (Sahara) Wodaabe Server VirtualLibrary african Studies indigenous peoples Rights Question in africa. http://www.indigenouspeople.net/world.htm
Second WIPO Internet Domain Name Process tuareg. africa. tuareg.com. CC. Net SL. Spain. Server error 3. 1. The source of thenames of indigenous peoples used in the table is The Gaia Atlas of First peoples. http://wipo2.wipo.int/process2/report/html/annex14.html
Extractions: Examples of Names of Indigenous Peoples Registered as Domain Names Name of Indigenous People Region in which the Indigenous People is located Domain Name Domain Name Holder Country of Domain Name Holder Activity Aborigines Australia and Pacific Islands aborigines.com Noname. com United States of America General Information/Portal unrelated to Aborigines Ashaninka South America ashaninka.com Ashaninka Imports, Inc United States of America Web site of Ashaninka Imports Ashanti Ghana ashanti.com Ashanti Farm South United States of America Web site of Ashanti Farm Apache Southwest of America apache.com
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Habarino!) Rashaida Samburu San (Namibia) tuareg (Sahara) Wodaabe Virtual Library african Studies indigenous peoples Rights Question in africa african Experience of God through http://www.michs.tsv.catholic.edu.au/indiginous%20links.htm
Extractions: GENERAL CENTRE FOR WORLD INDIGENOUS STUDIES AUSTRALIA Australia Maps (Magellan) WWW Virtual Library: Aboriginal Studies Koori Net The Term "Koori" ... DESERT DREAM AOTEAROA (New Zealand) MAORI COM TE PUNI KOKIRI: MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT ASIA INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF ASIA THE KAREN PEOPLE AINU (Japan) THE PACIFIC POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTRE PACIFIC ISLANDS INTERNET RESOURCE TAHITI WEB THE COOK ISLANDS THE AMERICAS SEE NATIVE AMERINDIAN LINKS PAGE ON OUR SITE THE NATIVE AMERICAN ADVENTURE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN MAYA CIVILIZATION - PAST AND PRESENT THE ARCTIC PEOPLE OF THE ARCTIC CIRCLE AFRICA Other African Sites Africa-Net African Documents African National Congress African Networking (Rhodes University, South Africa) ... African Experience of God through the eyes of an Akan Woman
Extractions: Posted 8 Oct 02 09:29 GMT Executive Summaries of Working Groups Civil Society and International Organizations Cooperation Indigenous Peoples, Gender and Development Information Society Environment, Trade and Sustainable Development ... Peace and Disarmament Health Promotion Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Private Sector Right of Peoples to Self-Determination and Conflict Prevention Executive Summaries of Trainings Solar Ovens Training Training sessions for journalists from developing countries Training on Humanitarian Law All summaries of sessions
Indigenous for Countries. africa Asia Pacific Canada Europe Latin America Middle East USA World. indigenous peoples Nuba, Ogoni Nation, tuareg people in Northern africa, Great Lakes conflict http://www.globalcircle.net/00indigenous.htm
Extractions: "I did not know how much was ended. When I look back now from this high hill of my old age, I can see the butchered women and children lying heaped and scattered all along the crooked gulch as plain as I saw them with eyes still young. And I can see that something else died there in the bloody mud, and was buried in the blizzard. A people's dream died there. It was a beautiful dream... "The nation's hoop is broken and scattered. There is no center any longer, and the sacred tree is dead."
Extractions: Background Release To date, over 900 indigenous peoples from all regions of the world from the tropical forests of Amazonia and Central Africa, the Pacific Islands, East Africa, the Arctic, the Australian desert and the temperate regions of the Americas, Inuit, Tuareg, Saami, Maori, Mapuche, Igorots, Aboriginal people, Native Americans, Kuna and many other peoples have registered to attend the Forum and take the opportunity to raise their voices in the two-week meeting. All who attend may make statements to the 16 members, and through them, to the world. The establishment of such an entity has long been a goal for indigenous peoples, and was first suggested by the 1993 Vienna World Conference on Human Rights. The mandate of the Forum is to advise and make recommendations to the Economic and Social Council on economic and social development, culture, human rights, the environment, education and health. In addition to advising the Council, the Forum has been asked to raise awareness, promote the integration and coordination of activities relating to indigenous issues within the United Nations system, and prepare and disseminate information on indigenous issues. It will meet once each year for 10 working days. States, United Nations bodies and organs, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, and organizations of The Forum was established on 28 July 2000 by the Economic and Social Council, on the recommendation of the Commission on Human Rights. The distribution of governmental seats is based on the five United Nations regional groups, with three additional seats rotating among the regions. This term, the three regional groups of Latin America and the Caribbean, Western Europe and Asia each have two seats. Indigenous people have nominated their candidates on the basis of seven geo-cultural regions that they have devised to more accurately reflect cultural regions, with one rotating seat.
Indigenous Reference Site Micmac, Bribri, Ashaninca, TobaMaskoy, Gadabas, tuareg, Hawaiian. Pipile, Ufaina,Uros, Pathan, East africa, Tsembaga. Source The Health of indigenous peoples Compiledby http://www.ku.edu/~insp/referencesite.html
Extractions: 1. Artic 8.Great Basin 12.Circum-Caribbean 14.Mato Grosso ASIA 21.Chittagong Hill 26. Kalahari Desert Aleut Shoshone Akawaio Borbora 19. North and Tract Peoples San Chipewyan Ute Bari (Motilones) Botocudo Central Asia Chakma Inuit Choquie Ge (Central) Ainu Marma 27. Ituri Forest Saami 9. Southwest Guajiro Guato Hui Tripura Efe Apache Karina Kaduveo Manchu Lese 2. Sub-Arctic Dine (Hopi) Kogi Kaingang Miao 22. South East Asia Mbuti Cree Navajo Otomac Karaja Mongolian Chin Dene Zuni Paez Kayapo (Southern) Taiwan Aborigines Hmong 28. Australia and Naskapi Yarawato Tupi Tibetan Kachin the Pacific Ojibwa 10. Pacific NW Coast Yukpa Uighur Karen Aboriginals Bella Coola 15. Gran Chaco Yi Kedang Arapesh North America Chinook South America Ache Zhuang Lisu Asmat 3. Eastern
NativeWeb Resources: Aboriginal & Indigenous Nations site aims at giving information about the Sengwer peoples of Kenya IT is supportedby the Sengwer indigenous Development Project (SIDP TUNGHAT, tuareg, africa, 447. http://www.nativeweb.org/resources/organizations/aboriginal_indigenous_nations/
Extractions: Home Login Contact Us Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World Resources Community Services About Us Resource Center Internet Links Nations Index Geographic Region Index Search the Site ... Top 5 Percent Hosted Resources Hosted Pages NativeLaw News NativeTech Site Information Get your FREE EMAIL @NativeWeb.Net! Community About Us Hosting Information ... Organizations Resources: 85 listings Name and Description Nation Location Hits Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission is Australia's main Indigenous agency. ATSIC's site is an important international resource for information on Indigenous programs, activities and issues. Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada Canada ANAC is a non-governmental, non-profit organization whose membership works mainly in First Nations Communities. An affiliate group of the Canadian Nurses Association, it is the only Aboriginal professional nursing organization in Canada. Canada The Aboriginal Services Kiosk has information on services, programs and people to support First Nations and Métis People. Right now the information is only for services in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, but at a later date, we hope to expand this site to include information on aboriginal services from all across Saskatchewan. Akwesasne Mohawk US - Northeast Akwesasne Mohawk Territorys' Premier website (the US/Canadian border runs thru Akwesasne territory) Alaska Community: Matanuska-Susitna Valley Alaska Information about (1) Alaskan Natives: Yupik Inupiat Aleut Tlinget Haida Athabaskan Native Americans Non-Native, and (2) people in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough: Wasilla Palmer Houston Big Lake Butte Willow Knik Tallkeetna Trapper Creek Chickaloon Meadow Lakes
NativeWeb Home site aims at giving information about the Sengwer peoples of Kenya IT is supportedby the Sengwer indigenous Development Project (SIDP TUNGHAT, tuareg, africa, 448. http://www.nativeweb.org/resources.php?name=Aboriginal & Indigenous Nations&rid=
Africa Genocide against the Nuba, Ogoni Nation, tuareg people in african countries ForestConservation Archive africa indigenous peoples - africa Nigeria and Oil http://globalcircle.net/00africa.htm
Survival's Online Bookshop tuareg in north africa desert dwellers fight on. Survival africa collection The fullset of african indigenous peoples in Siberia peoples of the frozen north. http://www.survival-international.org/books.htm
Extractions: Some items in this bookshop are available for free. If you are only ordering free items, it is better to request them by email since this way you won't have to input your credit card details. Each free item has a request by email button for this purpose. However, if you are buying some paid items as well, please add both free and paid items to your order using the add to order button. Post and packing The full set of Survival information sheets, which offer brief introductions to different tribes and the issues affecting them. The collection contains 27 different sheets and is presented in a special Yanomami ring binder folder. (Please note that this includes our Africa, Americas and Asia collections.)