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1. Indigenous Peoples' Literature
Offers links to poetry, documents, and art as well as to biographies of great leaders and sites dedicated to specific tribes. indigenous peoples' Literature. Great Spirit, Great Spirit, My Grandfather, Europe, Asia, africa, and Oceania Crazy Horse/Tashunkewitko (Lakota). dan George. Dull Knife (Cheyenne)
"Not to be aware of the past is to be forever a child,
but those of us who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.
Mankind IS the sum of his ancestors."
Indigenous Peoples' Literature
Great Spirit, Great Spirit, My Grandfather,
All over the earth the faces of living things are all alike. . .
Look upon these faces of children without number
And with children in their arms,
That they may face the winds and
Walk the good road to the day of quiet. . . Prayer with Music
There is no death. . .
Only a change of worlds. . .
Only a change of worlds. Main Home Page to
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The Americas
  • Chiapas
  • Mexico ...
    "Oh, Eagle, come with wings outspread in sunny skies. Oh, Eagle, come and bring us peace, thy gentle peace. Oh, Eagle, come and give new life to us who pray." "Remember the circle of the sky, the stars, and the brown eagle, the great life of the

2. The World Bank - Indigenous Peoples
World Bank's draft policy on indigenous peoples (draft OP Southern africa, Windhoek,Namibia, February 1112, 2002, Regional Consultations, dan Aronson (daronson
    External Consultations on World Bank Draft Indigenous Peoples Policy
Consultations with External Stakeholders Completed on February 15, 2002
Below please find the schedule for regional consultations on the World Bank's draft policy on indigenous peoples (draft OP/BP 4.10). Some of the dates are still to be confirmed (tbd) and others may be changed please check this website for updates. If you would like more information on the regional consultations, please send an email to the contact person listed.
Country Venue Dates Nature of Consultation Bank Contacts

all email addresses end with "" AFR Southern Africa Windhoek, Namibia February 11-12, 2002 Regional Consultations Dan Aronson ( Eastern Africa Arusha, Tanzania February 15, 2002 Regional Consultations Aronson EAP Philippines - Manila; national and regional (Luzon/Palawan/Mindoro) based IP-organizations and NGOs, academe and donors
- Manila; government agencies
- Ilo-Ilo City, Visayas region
- Cagayan-de-Oro, North Mindanao region

3. Kakuma-Turkana: Africa's Forgotten Peoples - Reviews And Articles
This book has touched the hearts of many with divergent backgrounds from around the world and across social, political, religious and economic backgrounds. refugees at Kakuma Camp and the indigenous peoples of Turkana. He first met dan in August 2000 at Kakuma Refugee Turkana Dueling Struggles africa's Forgotten peoples " which will be
T his book has touched the hearts of many with divergent backgrounds from around the world and across social, political, religious and economic backgrounds. It is a tribute to those portrayed here, both the refugees at Kakuma Camp and the indigenous peoples of Turkana. FROM THE DUST JACKET Daniel’s photographs bring awareness to an enormous suffering, sustained in dignity by these amazing people. I pray his passion influences a new generation to demand social and political change. OLIVER STONE is an Academy Award-winning filmmaker who has garnered critical acclaim for his wide-ranging films of social commentary. He first met Dan in August 2000 at Kakuma Refugee Camp. From a personal level, I am drawn to Danny’s work as our family lived in Kenya while I was a young girl and its people hold a special place in my heart. Danny’s photographs stand alone, however, and tell an important story. His powerful images bridge us as humans. The depth of the pictures pushes us beyond the expected differences and transports us to the unexpected—-to our very humanness. ANN BANCROFT is a polar explorer, Bancroft-Arneson Expedition - Antarctica, American Women’s Expedition to Antarctica and Steger International Expedition to the North Pole—the first woman in history to cross the ice to the North and South Poles. The Ann Bancroft Foundation works to help girls and women realize their highest dreams and potential.

4. Indigenous Peoples
See also Chief dan Evehema's Message to Mankind What's been happening in africa with indigenous peoples and the african Independent Churches.
Indigenous Peoples
Books at Golda Meir Library
Link to Library's PantherCat . Do a Subject Search. Type (or copy and paste) exactly the following: Indians of North AmericaReligion and Mythology Link to Library's PantherCat . Do a Subject Search. Type (or copy and paste) exactly the following: IndiansReligion and Mythology Link to Library's PantherCat . Do a Subject Search. Type (or copy and paste) exactly the following: Chippewa IndiansReligion and Mythology Link to Library's PantherCat . Do a Keyword Search. Type (or copy and paste) exactly the following: (Indians OR "Native Americans") AND (ecology OR environment) Link to Library's PantherCat . Do a Keyword Search. Type (or copy and paste) exactly the following: indigenous AND (ecology OR environment) Link to Library's PantherCat . Do a Subject Search. Type (or copy and paste) exactly the following: NatureReligious AspectsGhana
Web Sites
Indigenous Environmental Network Cultural Survival This organization advocates the rights, voice and vision of indigenous peoples. Click on the "Active Voices" link on the main menu to find a number of excellent articles on current indigenous cultural/environmental issues. Native Americans and the Environment A major web site providing good background articles and a huge amount of links to various tribes and environmental issues. An excellent starting place.

5. The World Bank - Indigenous Peoples
org Salman Salman Coordinator indigenous peoples Policy NavinRai Asia Stanley Peabody africa dan R. Aronson

6. DECLARATION OF INDIGENOUS YOUTH (Durban-South Africa, August-September, 2001)
Translate this page of recognition of indigenous peoples as peoples is a discrimination that deeply affectsindigenous children and de la sociedad civil dan poca participación a

Nosotros los jóvenes de los Pueblos Indígenas participantes de la Cumbre Mundial de la Juventud, Foro Mundial de ONG, de la Conferencia Mundial contra el Racismo, la Discriminación Racial, la Xenofobia y todas las formas de intolerancia, reunidos en Durban, Sudáfrica del 26 de agosto al 07 de septiembre de 2001, adoptamos las propuestas contenidas en la presente declaración siendo las reflexiones y el aporte de los participantes, y a través de los cuales exigimos el fin del racismo contra los Pueblos Indígenas particularmente a los niños, niñas y jóvenes y el reconocimiento pleno de nuestros derechos.
We, the Indigenous youth participants of the Youth Summit, NGO Forum of the World Conference Against Racism, Xenophobia, Racial Discrimination and related intolerance, having met in Durban, South Africa from August 26 to September 7, 2001, adopt the following proposals contained in this declaration which constitute the thoughts and contributions of the participants, and demand the end to racism towards the Indigenous Peoples particularly towards children and youth as well as the complete recognition of our rights.

7. Kakuma-Turkana: Africa's Forgotten Peoples - Article
Turkana Dueling Struggles africa's Forgotten peoples, which will more I felt thatwhat dan had accomplished Sunfish Lake, who documents indigenous people in
Front Page METRO Section
4 July 2002
Shedding light on the plight of refugees, indigenous people
by Lucy Y. Her, StarTribune staff reporter As a boy, Daniel Cheng Yang would ask his father to tell him stories about life in Laos. The 8-year-old would sit across from his father and listen to what it was like to live in the jungle, running and hiding from the Laotian government after the Vietnam War. Like many Hmong, Daniel's father had fought for U.S. forces against Communists in Laos during the war. William Yang eventually made his way to a refugee camp in Thailand. "In the camp, you have no hope, you have no future," his father told him. The stories stayed with Daniel, of St. Paul, and they shaped him into an 18-year-old who's so committed to shedding light on the plight of refugees and other struggling people that he traveled to Africa several times by himself, even taking some time off school, to document their conditions. Such is the focus of his book, "Kakuma Turkana Dueling Struggles: Africa's Forgotten Peoples," which will be published in August. The book is a compilation of 75 black-and-white photos of the Turkana people of remote northwestern Kenya and of refugees who live nearby in the Kakuma Refugee Camp. In each photo, Daniel shows how the Turkanas' way of life is surviving despite the influx of more than 81,000 refugees from war-torn Sudan and Uganda. The camp, which was opened in 1992, is bringing in people whose cultures clash with the Turkana and who are competing for scarce resources, such as water and land.

8. FPP Web Page2
important recommendations made by indigenous peoples in the to prior and informedconsent, indigenous monitoring of africa dan Aronson Bank/BICIPbriefingOct01.htm
Update: World Bank revision of Indigenous Peoples Policy briefing prepared by the Bank Information Centre, October 2001 For further information please see
The World Bank is in the final stages of revising its Indigenous Peoples Policy. The current policy, Operational Directive 4.20 (OD 4.20) has been in effect since 1992. The main objectives of the policy are “to insure that World-Bank financed development projects do not cause adverse impacts upon indigenous peoples, and that they provide them with culturally compatible social and economic benefits. The current revision process, which began in 1998, is not meant to change those objectives. The revision is meant to facilitate the implementation of the policy. Some observers suggest that the draft, revised policy (OP 4.10), released to the public electronically in July 2001, is considerably weaker in important areas. Indigenous organizations complain that the draft lacks strong language to protect their rights, and that the consultation is too rushed. The Bank is now beginning a last round of external stakeholder consultations on OP 4.10, and the accompanying Bank Procedure (BP 4.10). There is a pressing need to facilitate meaningful participation in that process.
Consultation Process
The external stakeholder consultations regarding OP/BP 4.10 are taking place in all of the Banks regions October 1 – December 15 (see table below).

9. FPP Web Page2
indigenous peoples, Forests and the World Latin America and Caribbean Jorge Uquillas, africa dan Aronson Bank/FPPIPbriefingOctober01Engli
PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS ON THE REVISION OF THE WORLD BANK POLICY ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES [OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2001] Essential Information for Indigenous Peoples’ Organisations and Activists Briefing prepared by the Forest Peoples Programme October 2001 The purpose of this briefing is to provide indigenous peoples and civil society organisations with summary information about the fundamental concerns surrounding the current revision of the World Bank’s safeguard policy on Indigenous Peoples. The end of the briefing provides details where further information can be obtained. The importance of a strong safeguard policy on Indigenous Peoples The World Bank’s policy on Indigenous Peoples is of crucial importance for indigenous peoples because it will determine how Bank staff and borrower governments deal with indigenous communities affected by their development projects and programmes. Mandatory provisions that respect indigenous peoples’ rights are very important because they provide affected indigenous peoples with a clear mechanism to raise concerns with Bank staff, implementing agencies and, if problems continue, with the Bank’s Inspection Panel. It is also important to realise that a strong and useful Indigenous Peoples Policy underpins the effectiveness and credibility of other key safeguards including the Bank’s Involuntary Resettlement, Environmental Assessment and Forests policies

10. Ilo
Project to promote ILO policy on indigenous and Tribal peoples(INT/00/M01/dan)Jobs For africa (JFA) Promoting Linkages between Women's Employment and
Director General:
Mr. Juan Sumavia
Area Office:
ILO Area Office for the
East African region
(Kenya, Uganda,
Tanzania, Somalia)
Mr. Ali Ibrahim
Plot 2410/5, along Sea View Road (Upanga),
P. O. Box 9212, Dar es Salaam,Tanzania. Telephone: +255-22-2126631-Director General Lines: Fax: E-mail: Global Web Site: ILO Mandate Strategic Objectives Major Functions ... Projects/Programme Areas Project to promote ILO policy on Indigenous and Tribal peoples(INT/00/M01/DAN) Jobs For Africa (JFA) Promoting Linkages between Women's Employment and Reduction of Child Labour Strengthening Labour Relations in east Africa (SLAREA ... Solid Waste Management (SWM) ILO MANDATE The International Labour Organization is the specialised agency of the United Nations which seeks the promotion of social justice and internationally recognised human and labour rights. It was founded in 1919 and is the only surviving major creation of the Treaty of Versailles which brought the League of Nations into being and it became the first specialised agency of the UN in 1946.

11. WorldLII - Contributors To WorldLII Catalog / DIAL
dan Jerker Börje Svantesson, Research Associate Faculty of Law Australia As partof the indigenous Law Library, indigenous peoples. Wits Law School, South africa

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  • By Country China Costa Rica Hong Kong, China Ireland ... United Kingdom By Region South Pacific Southern Africa By Subject Elections Indigenous Peoples Industrial Law (Australia) International Trade ... Law Reform
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    Contributor Country, Region or Subject Australian Business
    As part of the Workplace Relations Law Project Industrial Law (Australia) , Australia Dan Jerker Börje Svantesson , Research Associate
    Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
    Jurisdictional Issues Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation , Australia
    As part of the Indigenous Law Library Indigenous Peoples Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) , Australia
    As part of the Australian Treaties Library project Elections Canada Elections Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) , United Kingdom Steven John Whittle , Information Systems Manager
    Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London

    12. Biopiracy Summit / WSSD 2002
    generated the presentation of the San, an indigenous peoples in South africa, Namibia,Botswana The presentations of dan Leskien (Germany) and Martin Khor

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    Deutsche Version

    The South African NGO Biowatch organized with financial support and advice of GTZ the 2nd South-South Biopiracy Summit (22./23.08.02) directly prior to the World Summit on Sustainable Development 2002 (WSSD) to discuss issues of access to genetic resources and related benefit-sharing (ABS), which have not been sufficiently covered in the official preparatory process of WSSD. About 150 representatives of indigenous peoples, national and international NGOs, the academe as well as industry and politics from 20 countries world-wide participated in the conference, which generated considerable media attention in South Africa.
    In his opening keynote Dr. Tewolde Berhan Egziabher (Ethiopia) outlined the development of the international discussion on biopiracy in the context of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) an d highlighted critical the diverging interests of market oriented research and local communities, striving for survival. During the following presentations and discussions in the two parallel sessions on ABS and intellectual property rights (IPR) a general disappointment was expressed that the expectations generated by the CBD of bioprospecting as a tool for generating funds for nature conservation and improvement of the livelihoods of indigenous and local communities could not be fulfilled until today. As reasons predominantly missing legal frameworks at the national level, unequal negotiating power between bioprospecting companies and resource countries, lacking recognition of indigenous peoples by national governments and missing protection of traditional knowledge were pinpointed.

    13. Public Consultations On The Revision Of The World Bank Indigenous Peoples Policy
    indigenous peoples, Forests and the World Bank October 2000 a workshop reportof eight IP/NGO case studies africa dan Aronson
    Tom Griffiths
    Forest Peoples Programme,
    World Rainforest Movement

    October 2001
    The importance of a strong safeguard policy on Indigenous Peoples Indigenous peoples call for a stronger safeguard policy stronger than the existing one, particularly regarding its provisions on land and resource security. Serious concerns about the 2001 draft revised policy (Draft OP/BP4.10) weaker
    • does not recognise the right of prior informed consent does not require Bank staff and borrowers to take action to safeguard indigenous peoples’ rights to own, control and manage their lands (borrowers are only required to pay "attention" to these issues) falls below international human rights standards for indigenous peoples fails to prohibit involuntary resettlement of indigenous peoples does not apply to full structural adjustment loans does not require indigenous monitoring and tracking of World Bank operations only requires a social assessment in cases where Bank staff decide that a development operation may have adverse impacts
    th session of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations in Geneva to reject the draft policy as unacceptable and unhelpful in promoting better development standards for operations affecting indigenous communities. The draft policy was also criticized by indigenous peoples during a meeting in New York with World Bank staff at the UN International Day of Indigenous Peoples on 8 August 2001.

    14. ICE MEDIA
    9 x 40 Minutes Delivery Format DigiBeta Producers dan Jawitz an important windowand platform for the indigenous peoples of Southern africa to tell

    About ice
    I Films I In Devlopment I Distribution I I Namibia I Zimbabwe I Newsletter I Home
    ONCE WE WERE HUNTERS A Multi-media, multi-lingual documentary series exploring the impact of globalization on ordinary African peoples of Southern and Eastern Africa PRODUCTION NOTES Genre: TV, Radio and internet Series
    Length: 9 x 40 Minutes
    Delivery Format: DigiBeta
    (subject to contract): C. Mathews, M.Kaplan, D. Phakathi, K. Matsunyane
    Budget Estimate: USD 941,000
    Production Schedule: t.b.c
    Status: Development Finance in negotiation, African Broadcast Network Broadcast commitment secured, Currently raising Production Finance. SYNOPSIS
    Once We Were Hunters examines a collection of fragile local cultures who are up against the power of modern governments; how are these groups surviving in the globalized world? What are the ways ordinary African people are taking control of their lives within the global economy, and what scope is there to harness Indigenous Knowledge Systems in mutually beneficial ways? This series will build on the success of the African Renaissance multi media series, a three-year project that sought to interpret the meaning of the phrase "African Renaissance". Ice Media and partner AMARC have identified an important new theme for an innovative feature documentary TV series in the Southern and Eastern African regions.

    15. Africana Librarians Council
    of Pennsylvania), Loumona Petroff (Boston Univ.), dan Reboussin (Univ 1974), both Bantuspeaking peoples and indigenous peoples-South africa should be
    ALC Cataloging Committee Meeting
    April 27, 2001: 9:00-10:30 am, Bloomington, IN
    Minutes Present : Simon Bockie (Univ. of California, Berkeley), Jill Coelho (Harvard Univ.), Andrew de Heer (Schomburg Center), Karen Fung (Stanford Univ.), Miki Goral (Univ. of California, Los Angeles), Marieta Harper (Library of Congress), Patricia Kuntz (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison), Joseph Lauer (Michigan State Univ.), Robert Lesh (Northwestern Univ.), Peter Limb (Michigan State Univ.), Peter Malanchuk (Univ. of Florida), Judy McDermott (Library of Congress), Edward Miner (Indiana Univ.), Valentine Muyumba (Indiana State Univ.), Lauris Olson (Univ. of Pennsylvania), Loumona Petroff (Boston Univ.), Dan Reboussin (Univ. of Florida), Margie Struthers (Univ. of Cape Town), Gretchen Walsh (Boston Univ.), David Westley (Boston Univ.). 2. Approved the minutes of the Fall meeting
    (sent to list on Dec. 09, 2000; see Use of "Bantu-speaking peoples" as a 550 (see also tracing) under various "(African people)" headings such as Shona (African people).

    16. Anarchist People Of Color Website: The Revolution Will Not Be Mayo-nized
    to carve out a place for africa within the By dan Vasquez Heirs to a ponderous legacy ByAotearoa Educators For indigenous peoples struggling for liberation
    Cuban Anarchism: The History of A Movement by Frank Fernandez is now online Anarchism and the Black Revolution by Lorenzo Komboa Ervin is now online Lorenzo's book is among the most influential text of the contemporary anarchist movement. In 1979, wrote a series of pamphlets designed to explain Anarchism to a totally new audience which included the new generation of anarchists. In those pamphlets, which would become "Anarchism and the Black Revolution," Komboa criticized the North American anarchist movement for being too white, too middle class and too intellectual and challenged activists to develop a new set of strategies and tactics aimed at broadening the revolutionary movement. The text influenced many radicals over the years, and the online edition will be presented with a new preface and introduction. In addition, PDF versions will be available for study groups, discussion and distribution. African Anarchism: The History of A Movement by Sam Mbah and I.E. Igariwey is now online.

    17. Books, Magazines, Meetings
    Bates door Brazilië reisde, komt hij hooguit driemaal en dan nog alleen The bookis dedicated to the indigenous peoples of subSaharan africa and prefaced
    Rainforest Medical Bulletin
    Vol. 6, no. 1, June 1999
      IUCN Inter-Commission Task Force on Indigenous Peoples 1997 Indigenous Peoples and Sustainability: Cases and Actions.
      Utrecht: International Books. 364 pages. ISBN 9057270110 Indische Zeiltocht
      Tim Severin, 1998; 264 pag. Arena, Amsterdam. Oorspronkelijke titel: The Spice Islands Voyage , vertaald door Pieter Dijker. ISBN: 90 6974 2926.
      1: Het Maleise Eilandenrijk, 1996, vert. Ruud Rook, Atlas, Amsterdam/Antwerpen.
      2: Sven Lindqvist, 1997. Exterminate all Brutes. Granta Books, London The Shaman's Apprentice, a tale of the Amazon Rainforest.
      As a junior version of Plotkin's tale on Suriname for adults (1), this well-illustrated book won't fail to inspire 8 to 10-year olds. The beautiful illustrations will put them right into the tropical rainforest and a riverine Indian village. The story is about the boy Kamanya and his eventually becoming the successor of a shaman, who once cured him with the help of medicinal plants. It shows the hard time such tribal communities may be given by gold diggers and missionaries, who serve as the bad guys in this story. It is the good guy, Gabriela, who restores tradition and bestowes the tribe with the first write-up of its own herbal medicine. Apart from providing the unfailing happy ending, the why's and how's of ethnobotany are thus disclosed in an age-adjusted manner. The fine drawings of 38 medical plants used by Tirio indians can serve as classroom material. (AVS) 1: Mark J. Plotkin, Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice, 1993, Penguin Books, New York.

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    19. Other Departments' Courses
    The State of indigenous peoples, ANT w 4640x. Art History Arts of SubSaharan africa,ARH w 4076x. History of dance I Multicultural Perspectives, dan bc 2565x.
    Director Committee Requirements Courses ... Resources A partial list of courses in other departments which fulfill PAS requirements
    Afro-American Studies: Seminar: Black Intellectuals AFA c 3936 American Studies: Colloquium in American Studies: Theories and Methods ASH 3401x Anthropology: The Interpretation of Culture ANT v1002x,y The Origins of Human Society ANT v 1007x The Rise of Civilization ANT v 1009x Living in Society: Social Relations ANT 3011x Theories of Culture: Past and Present ANT v 3041y Symbolic Anthropology ANT v 3044x The Study of Cities: An Ethno-Archeological Perspective ANT 3070y Ethnographic Field Research in NYC ANT bc 3868y Madness and Civilization: Cross-cultural Perspectives ANT v3936x Nationalism ANT v 3980x Ideas and Societies in the Caribbean ANT v 3989 Racialization and the Policies of Culture ANT v 3986y Class and Culture in the United States ANT w 4009y Anticolonialism ANT w 4120x The State of Indigenous Peoples ANT w 4640x Art History: Arts of Sub-Saharan Africa ARH w 4076x Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture ARH v 3080x Introduction to World Archaeology I ARH w 3000x Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt ARH w 3180 Ethnographic Film and Photography ARH w 3973x Comparative Literature: "Undesirable" Otherness: Cinematic Representations of Immigration in the European Union

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    Stichting Duurzame Solidariteit
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    COS Groningen Coordinator Europese Campagne Clean Clothes Campaign/Schone Kleren Kampagne Het huwelijk in de multiculturele samenleving Kwere Kwere - tentoonstelling over migratie en xenofobie NiZA - Nederlands instituut voor Zuidelijk Afrika Hoe verder met Irak? - de Nederlandse verantwoordelijkheid Cordaid Onder dit thema vallen: rechten van arbeiders, vrouwen, kinderen, inheemse volken, homoseksuelen, minderheidsgroeperingen, vrijheid van meningsuiting, democratisering, maatschappelijke organisaties (NGO's, kerkelijke groeperingen, vakbonden, actiegroepen), media, religie, overheid, politiek, wetten, justitie Afghaanse vrouwenrechten 'vergeten' door Irak-oorlog De Brits-Amerikaanse aanvallen op Irak veroorzaken ook een storm van vrouwelijk protest in Afghanistan. De vrouwen vrezen dat hun rechten in het gedrang komen. In de schaduw van operatie Enduring Freedom proberen zij hun naoorlogse strijd om basisrechten te winnen.

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